Bristol Myers Squibb Director, Federal Payment Agencies - Oncology in Washington DC, District Of Columbia
The position is responsible for strategic planning and execution for all federal payment agencies for the Oncology BU, and interfacing/ building relationships with assigned key federal payment agencies (CMS, MedPAC, VA, DoD, CMMI, NDQ, etc). Works closely with the VA&P Payer Marketing ED and the BU Lead for Oncology and Government Affairs to ensure alignment on the Oncology franchise federal payment strategy, and develop and execute strategies that maximize government payment and patent access to our products. The position provides strategic direction for all federal payment issues related to US government payment for our Oncology products, researching, monitoring, analyzing, and evaluating emerging issues, legislation, and regulations that may impact payment and access to our Oncology products. The position reports directly to the ED, State and Federal Payment Agencies.
Establishing Commercial and Government Affairs alignment on clear government payment priorities and plans for our Oncology products
Execution of the agreed upon plans and quarterly progress reporting
Anticipating and identifying public strategy issues that may impact the Oncology BU at BMS, its patients or providers
Educating internal BMS Oncology commercial, clinical, economic, and executive staff on the impact that potential public health payment issues may have on the payment of BMS Oncology products.
Building productive relationships with key state and federal government payment agencies
Defining and developing processes and strategies to achieve defined goals
Bachelor’s plus an advanced degree (MBA, MPH)
Previous experience (3-5 years) in either a federal payment or lobbying position at a Biopharmaco or Federal reimbursement consultant position or previous federal payment agency or government healthcare staffer experience (3-5 years)
In-depth knowledge of Medicare Part D and Medicaid payment policies, including exchanges, BP, AMP, 340B, ACO, etc.
Knowledge of new government payment and care delivery models
Proven written and verbal communication skills
Keen sense of business acumen and a demonstrated ability to connect key business drivers to public payment issues and policies
Ability to effectively work in a cross matrix environment
Oncology clinical knowledge and/or experience
Previous leadership/personnel management experience
In-depth knowledge of Medicare Part B payment policies (APC, episodic bundles, etc)
Experience with value based payment systems
Experience and proven knowledge of commercial drug payment systems
Advanced analytical skills
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled