The SPEC Research Assistant's primary responsibility will be to support the Specialty Drug Evidence and Coverage (SPEC) Database, which CEVR researchers use to examine patient access to specialty medications through private health plan coverage decisions. The position supports research activities involving health plan coverage of medical technology, health economics, and cost-effectiveness analyses.
The Research Assistant position supports research activities involving health economics and cost-effectiveness analyses. Activities include but are not limited to review and summary of literature, data preparation and analysis, and assisting with the preparation of manuscripts and presentations.
The Project Manager will work both independently and with the research team to manage, update, and maintain the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Registry and Global Health CEA Registry. The Project Manager will also develop and implement project research and data analysis plans and contribute text to reports and manuscripts.
The Tufts CEVR Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Health Economics and Outcomes Research provides an excellent opportunity for the fellow to contribute to the research program at CEVR with a specific focus on developing advanced simulation or decision-analytic models and informing resource allocation decisions using the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Registry.
The Tufts CEVR Post-Doctoral Fellow in Health Economics and Value Measurement is a two-year fellowship program, sponsored by a pharmaceutical company, providing an excellent opportunity for the fellow to gain unique and in-depth applied work experience in health economic evaluation, value measurement, and global health research.