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Medical Information Manager

Details

  • Location Greater Boston Area, MA
  • Job Type Direct
  • Pay $110,000.00
  • Category SCIENCE/LAB
  • Date Posted Jan 10, 2018

Overview

About the Company

Our Client, a commercial leader in regenerative medicine, is currently seeking a Manager of Medical Information to join their team. This is a highly-visible role inside a phenomenal work culture, and a chance to work among the top-talent in medicine and make a difference in people's life.

Job Description

The Manager, Medical Information will be responsible for appropriately triaging, processing, and handling unsolicited inquiries from internal and external stakeholders related to any company assets and/or therapy areas. Key responsibilities include:

  • Development and maintenance of a repository of high quality medical information standard response documents (SRDs)
  • Developing, organizing and centralizing the process of collecting and sharing scientific information and serve as the internal knowledge management expert/resource.
  • Serving as the non-promotional review committee (NPRC) coordinator for facilitating the review approval of all externally-facing medical materials.
  • Evaluating and identifying initial reports of adverse events and product/technical complaints and forward potential adverse events and product/technical complaints in accordance with company SOP's
  • Conducting comprehensive, targeted, and thorough literature and information searches (including databases, PubMed, government websites, etc.) to assist in the development/revision of MI response documents
  • Participating in the creation of, and ensure adherence to, OI departmental policies and SOPs
  • Developing and maintaining a structured, up-to-date literature repository of medical/scientific literature references for internal stakeholder use
  • Providing medical information booth support at key medical/scientific conferences (as required)

Requirements

  • Successful track record in medical information and/or medical affairs with a minimum of 2 to 4 years of medical information experience
  • Thorough understanding of federal regulations and guidance pertaining to medical information/communications processes and adverse event reporting
  • Advanced scientific degree required equivalent to PharmD, PhD, PA, MD/DPM, RN or similar advanced degree
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communications skills
  • Ability to effectively manage time while balancing numerous high-priority projects with a sense of urgency
  • Must be a strong team player and be willing to work in an environment where individual initiative and accountability to the team are required
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