In this field-based position, the Field Reimbursement Manager, FRM will report to FRM Director.
The Field Reimbursement Manager (FRM) will be the field subject matter expert relating to patient support, access, reimbursement, prior authorization, appeal, financial assistance, and other business related issues within the Business Unit. The FRM is a critical front-line member of the Sanofi Genzyme Patient Support Services organization and will work across multiple internal stakeholders, Sales Teams, Market Access, Account Directors, Trade, Patient Support Programs and program vendors to deliver an exceptional customer experience. They will be called upon to successfully help develop and execute the national strategy set forth by building reimbursement confidence and understanding with customers and assisting in patient pull though efforts.
FRM responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
FRMs will be subject matter experts on patient support programs, access issue resolution, financial assistance and alternative funding options provided by our Patient Support Program
Act as a point of contact for Patient Support Services and communicate and collaborate cross-functionally in order to lead pull through efforts assisting the ABM as appropriate
Support field in education of office personnel on prior authorization and appeals processes, reimbursement support through patient support programs, free drug programs and financial assistance programs
Plan and implement geographic business plans to support appropriate access
Establish and maintain knowledge on the local and national payer landscape, including Specialty Pharmacy and Utilization Management criteria for Business Unit
Establish positive and productive working relationships with all key customer segments (internal and external)
Partner with colleagues to create a culture of respect and customer focus
Develop working relationships with state societies, associations and advocacy groups, as needed, to support patient access and raise overall awareness for the Business Unit
As needed, conduct HCP office visits to facilitate pull through efforts and problem solve escalated issues as a HIPAA compliant contact
Work compliantly to reduce cycle time and increase conversion rate for patients prescribed Dupixent
BA/BS Degree required, preferably in life science or business, MBA a plus
Minimum 7+ years' experience in the pharmaceutical/healthcare industry, Dermatology or respiratory and / or Market Access a plus
Ability to travel to meetings/trainings/programs as necessary - additional travel will be required within the assigned geography
Demonstrated success of cross functional teamwork and working in a matrix and co-promote
Must be energetic and driven to succeed
Interpersonal skills including managing and resolving conflict and building strong working relationships
Obtain ability to adapt to change and react constructively in a high-energy and fast paced environment
Excellent strategic thinking, analytical, and communication skills required
Achieve and maintain compliance with all applicable Sanofi-Genzyme policies and procedures, regulatory and legal requirements, and help to monitor compliance during cross functional team interactions
Valid driver's license
Candidates must complete all fleet safety training and must maintain an acceptable driving record regarding accidents and incidents.
As a healthcare company and a vaccine manufacturer, Sanofi has an important responsibility to protect individual and public health. All US based roles require individuals to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as part of your job responsibilities.
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