You would be trained and certified to become Business Analyst where you would solve the important business and scientific problems for the global pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. This is not the sales & marketing job role, and is pure office based job role. You would be working in the areas of:
• Competitive Intelligence
• Sales Force Analytics
• Market Research
• Health Economics Outcomes Research
Module – 1 – Pathophysiology, segments, treatment guidelines, trial analytics, pipeline assessment and unmet need assessment for diseases
Module – 2 Global pharmaceutical industry
Module – 3 – Introduction to different healthcare System (US/ EU/ others
Module – 4 – Introduction to different regulatory environment (US/ EU/ others)
Module – 5 – Competitive Intelligence
Module – 6 – Forecasting
Module – 7 – Intellectual Property Rights
Module – 8 – Market Assessment
Module – 9 – Pricing and Reimbursement (HEOR)
Module – 10 – Datasets
Module – 11 – Basic and Advance Sales Force Analytics
Module – 12 – Basic and Advance Forecasting
Module – 13 – Python
Module – 14 – Excel & Advanced Excel
Module – 15 – Tableau
Module – 16 – MySQL
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This program is designed to empower graduates / post graduates with life sciences and IT/computer science background, with analytics skills to take on roles in pharma and life sciences. These opportunities are expected to increase in future due to increasing challenges in health care industry forcing pharma and life sciences companies to rework their strategies by leveraging extensive data analytics and business intelligence tools
There are substantial job opportunities in this sector. Every 2 – 3 years you could move to next level position. You could start your career as Business Analyst and grow to the position of VP and Director within 15 – 20 years.
Yes, analytics and IT are part of every industry. You would be trained on how to use these tools. However, you would primarily be trained to become analytics expert in pharmaceutical industry, and knowing these tools would be helpful.