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Careers in health economics and analytics are in a period of unprecedented growth.
One published report states that the demand for experienced health informatics professionals will increase at twice the rate of other occupations in an industry that already faces a shortage of qualified candidates.
This is a result of the continuing drive to reform health care systems and the growing importance of economic evaluation in health policy.
Only a small percentage of recruitment firms have senior recruiters with experience in this niche expertise.
Our company has a reputation for giving unbiased career advice to professionals in health outcomes and analytics.
We understand the nuances in identifying talented candidates for our client companies, that will be an asset to their team, in this demanding and dynamic field understand the current challenges that face companies in consulting, pharmaceutical, biotech and clinical research.
To Our Client Companies
Talented analytics professionals have almost 0% unemployment. Their current positions have plenty of challenges, compensation is good, and work content is interesting.
We know these candidates. We have worked with them for years. We understand their world. Let us reach out to them for you and tell your story. We will inform them about your opportunity and how they might flourish in your culture.
To Our Candidates
Evaluating a career opportunity in life sciences analytics involves a complex set of factors for a candidate. It takes time. There are no shortcuts and that is what we do well as career consultants.
We provide career consulting about the current hiring trends in analytics, in-demand areas of expertise and advice concerning your career goals.
We cover all levels of positions from Research Assistant to Vice President.
Recruitment in Health Outcomes and Analytics
"When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?"
- John Maynard Keynes