A postdoctoral position in health technology assessment research is available in the
Patient-centred digital healthcare services such as smartphone-based monitoring and management application complement existing healthcare pathways and become a new type of a digital healthcare service provider.
These digital healthcare applications have the potential to address patients’ needs, continuously monitor and manage individual patient journeys, and provide clinical decision support for the healthcare provider.
Real-world evidence" derived from patient-centered healthcare data becomes available and contributes to assess the medical benefit.
Digital therapeutics are at the verge of being reimbursed and integrated into healthcare procedures. The goal of the dMed group is to develop, understand and evaluate this new type of healthcare application in medicine in order to reduce disease burden, improve healthcare and generate innovative solutions and services.
Further, the dMed group wants to design and conduct clinical studies in order to provide the clinical and socioeconomic evidence needed for regulatory approval, HTA assessment, pricing and reimbursement.
Here, in a multidisciplinary team different aspects of health technology evaluation will be addressed with public and private innovators with a strong focus on harmonization of clinical evidence requirements between national and international regulatory bodies and payers.
Thus, our team is being assembled within the auspices of the Digital Medicine group to address the questions of medical benefit, structural and procedural changes, cost-effectiveness, as well as social acceptance of the resulting digital healthcare services.
With the current position offer for a health technology assessment researcher we search for a highly motivated person with a background and / or strong interest in health technology assessment research, health policy & management, public health, digital health systems and HTA-models in European healthcare systems.
You would be expected to contribute to and learn from a multidisciplinary team of researchers, clinicians, modellers, statisticians and economists with regard to developing evidence on digital healthcare services and supporting the evidence harmonisation process for digital therapeutics among Europe.
Jointly, we will help develop your profile and existing abilities to write academic publications and reports, and participate actively in international conferences for the dissemination of the results, apply for funding at national / international levels and co- / supervise bachelor, master and PhD students in your field.
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