Pharmaceutical Health economists look into the distribution of resources and the maintenance of occupational health within the healthcare system. They play a key role in researching, analysing, and monitoring the quality and cost-effectiveness of medical procedures, regulations, products or services.
There is a diverse range of opportunities available to health economists, as you can work in both the private and public sectors within the healthcare sector. Careers include; working in hospitals, academia, pharmaceutical companies, research faculties, biotechnology companies, health insurance companies and within the government.
Health Economics is a growing and very competitive field. A graduate degree in economics is highly recommended, but depending on the company, undergraduate degrees are accepted. An analytical mind and deep interest in wanting to improve the health of the public are also needed to succeed in this role.
Why choose us?
For the past 30 years, we have had great success in placing pharmaceutical professionals into pharmaceutical health economics roles with leading pharmaceutical companies throughout the UK. Our close partnerships have meant that we are the first to hear about new upcoming roles before any job board site. We will work with you to find a role that suits your needs and requirements.
The next step
If you would like to find out more about the role of a Health Economist, or find out about any current opportunities we have available, you can register your details, send a message contact our team on +44(0)1494 818 033 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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