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As the largest service provider for specialty pharmaceuticals in Canada, Innomar Strategies offers a variety of challenging and rewarding roles for those interested in working in this fast-paced, ever-changing environment. To gain a better understanding of our company and what some of our roles entail, explore some of our key positions below.

A Program Manager is responsible for the management, planning and implementation of a patient support program and/or an assigned project within our specialty services department. The Program Manager manages the performance of their program and their program associates. He or she also interacts with the client on a regular basis and is responsible for client relationships, account management and on-time program deliverables.

This role has a strong combination of project management, performance analytics, and people skills. Individuals who would succeed in this role are positive, driven and committed to building best-in-class support programs for their patients and their caregivers. This role operates in a fast-paced environment and has many exciting challenges for a creative problem-solver.

Program Managers

Our Field Nurses provide specialized infusion/injection services, patient and caregiver education and other nursing services to oncology, autoimmune and rare disease patients. We have positions available for Field Nurses across Canada, and provide service to patients in outpatient clinics or in a homecare setting.

This individual plays an essential role in supporting our patients, their caregivers and our clients. They help facilitate effective communication and coordination between all members of the patient treatment team.

Through our Field Nurse role, we are able to provide patients and healthcare providers with continuous education about their condition, progress and therapies used for treatment.

Field Nurses - Infusions and Injections

A Nurse Case Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of program support for assigned physicians or centres (hospitals or clinics) in a given geographical area. This individual is also responsible for ensuring that patients have easy access to support programs as well as to their drug therapy. The Nurse Case Manager works directly with the reimbursement specialist to help secure funding and supports the program associates when needed.

Nurse Case Managers

The Pharmacovigilance Associate is responsible for assisting with the daily operations of the Health Outcomes department related to adverse event and product compliance reporting. This role is responsible for the organization, accuracy and thoroughness of Adverse Event Reports for a variety of products, clients and patient assistance programs.

A keen attention to detail is essential for this role. A successful Pharmacovigilance Associate is a motivated individual that can work in a face-paced, deadline driven environment.  

Pharmacovigilance Associates

The Field Case Manager (FCM) is responsible for managing all aspects of the reimbursement environment and program support for assigned physicians in a given geographical area. An expert in regional government payer policies and procedures, the FCM supports the regional needs of the client and works directly with in-house teams to facilitate the enrolment, reimbursement and scheduling process to ensure patients have easy access to their prescribed therapy.

This individual also assists the physicians in addressing the needs of each patient resulting in increased patient program enrolment and improved patient outcomes.

Field Case Managers

A Reimbursement Specialist is responsible for the overall management of patient cases or specific projects within our reimbursement assistance programs.

This individual works directly with patients to coordinate, manage and secure their prescription drug coverage. They will also liaise with insurance companies, physicians’ offices and healthcare professionals in order to maximize reimbursement options on behalf of the patient.

Reimbursement Specialists

We offer several types of roles in our pharmacies, ranging from a Pharmacy Assistant who is responsible for supporting the Pharmacist and coordinating cash controls systems, to a Registered Pharmacy Technician who prepares prescriptions and manages drug inventory.

All of our Pharmacy roles are critical to maintaining our successful specialty pharmacy services and delivering on our high quality standards and customer-centric approach.

Pharmacy

A Business Intelligence Analyst partners with both internal and external clients to analyze data, develop reports and provide strategic recommendations/solutions in response to diverse client requests.

This individual is responsible for the design, implementation and management of all aspects of their solution, including interaction with the IT department to support development of the technology-driven solutions.

This role has a great deal of autonomy, but a successful BI Analyst can work well in a team or independently with minimal supervision.

Business Intelligence Analysts

Our Market Research Professionals are responsible for the design, development and execution of multiple quantitative and qualitative market research initiatives, from start to finish, for both ad hoc and omnibus services. This team is required to work with the appropriate internal organizational members as well as external vendors and clients to ensure that reliable results are delivered in a timely manner. This individual must ensure that all projects are aligned with the terms agreed upon with the client and that all aspects of each initiative continue to operate smoothly and are delivered on schedule.

Market Research Professionals