Industry: Professional, Scientific & Technical Services•
Less than 5 years
Posted 101 days ago
About the Department
The Clinical, Medical and Regulatory (CMR) department at Novo Nordisk Inc (NNI) is one of the most diverse and collaborative groups within the organization. From health-care-provider interactions and developing and implementing regulatory strategies with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to providing medical education and collecting data to support efficacy and new product development, CMR is involved. The one thing that keeps us all marching to the same beat is our patient-centered focus. At Novo Nordisk, you will help patients around the world. As their needs evolve, so does our challenge to find better and more innovative ways to improve their quality of life. We’re changing lives for a living. Are you ready to make a difference?
Builds relationships and demonstrates the clinical outcome and benefits of NNI products. Educates and demonstrates the benefits of key products to patients. Provides medical information and coordinates continuing education workshops. May explore and identify sites for clinical trials in all stages of development. Incumbents have a deep scientific and clinical education and experience. Within Field Medical Affairs (FMA), this position functions as a scientific liaison between Novo Nordisk Inc (NNI) and key external customers to further scientific exchange. Provides advanced product and scientific and medical field support to Medical, Sales and Marketing, as well as Managed Care and Government by using academic credentials and scientific expertise to communicate with health care providers, organized providers/accounts and other relevant healthcare organizations. Strategic determination of change of territory prioritization will be based on customer need and analytics which identify need for change. This may occur at any time throughout the annual performance cycle.
Position reports to Field Director/Senior Field Director. Serves as organization spokesperson on advanced medical and technical projects with the Medical Liaison (ML) teams, Clinicians, Marketing, Market Access & Government, and Sales personnel. External relationships include key opinion leaders (KOLs), academic institutions, physicians, nurse practitioners, diabetes educators, pharmacists, blood bank staff, organized providers/integrated delivery networks (IDNs), and managed care organizations (MCOs) as needed based on territory archetypes.