US-NC, Patient Access Lead (USBU) SR0034866-MZ
The Patient Access Manager is a regional field based position that will provide logistical reimbursement assistance, education and support for rare immunologic diseases. This individual be responsible for educating physicians, care givers, staff genetic counselors, nurses, pharmacists and ancillary staff, as well as patients, families and patient organizations to prevent and address barriers to patient access. Allocation of time will be adjusted as needed to meet the needs and objectives of Patient Access and Site Support.
Technical knowledge of health care reimbursement from a patient/provider perspective will be required as well as the ability to interact with physicians, staff, and sites of care.
The Patient Access Manager will utilize a regional team approach while working with numerous internal groups such as; Patient Support Managers, Managed Markets, Immunology Business Managers and Marketing teams to facilitate and optimize patient care. The objectives are dictated by the specific needs of each region and the percentage of time spent on each job may vary.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Please note the percentage of time spent on each job duty is an estimate for normal operating conditions.
Responsibility for patient access (70%) includes:
Personalized coordination of patient care using a multi-disciplinary team approach
Provide expertise in coordination of care, working with internal case managers, RBM s, sites of care, and payors
Provide resource for reimbursement education to patients and families to ensure that they are well informed in order to make appropriate decisions regarding their treatment options
Resource for alternative insurance options for patients and provide information on relevant reimbursement topics related to our products
Ongoing support of One Path Patient Service team and when necessary working as a liaison between One Path and our customers.
Site Support and Other responsibility (30%) include:
Resource to providers/hospitals regarding billing, reimbursement and procurement options
Provide reimbursement education and support to sites of care/treatment centers if requested or necessary, with specific emphasis on One Path and Takeda's reimbursement support services
Reimbursement conflict resolution with assigned accounts
Representing Takeda at Regional and National Conventions
Develop and implement special projects to address regional based objectives
Education & Experience Requirements
Bachelors Degree required
5+ years of prior healthcare relationship management experience
3+ years of field based experience in healthcare related account management, sales or medical affairs
Knowledge of specialty biologics and/or rare disease markets
Expertise in biologics reimbursement , buy and bill, specialty pharmacy distribution and managed care
Candidate will reside within posted geography
Key Skills and Competencies
Individual must possess extraordinary positive attitude, exceptional listening skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills
Must possess the ability to communicate effectively around key strategic initiatives to peer groups
Ability to work in team environment and manage communication with case managers and sales reps
Internal and External Contacts
Liaison with patients and families
Consult and coordinate with treating sites
Coordinate with case managers and home office commercial team
Work closely with Immunology Business Managers
Work strategically within assigned departmental task forces
50 - 75% Travel
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