BÂRRX Medical, Inc. develops endoscopic therapy for Barrett’s esophagus and other gastroenterological diseases such as esophageal squamous cell neoplasia as well as bleeding associated with radiation proctopathy and gastric antral vascular ectasia. Barrett’s esophagus is a precancerous condition of the lining of the esophagus caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease and can lead to esophageal adenocarcinoma. The company’s HALO Ablation System, the subject of over 70 peer-reviewed publications, provides a uniform and controlled ablation effect using radiofrequency energy to remove diseased tissue and allow re-growth of normal cells. BÂRRX was founded in 2000 and has operations in over 40 countries worldwide.
The Medical Director will join the company’s medical affairs team and predominantly focus on professional education, comprising education of healthcare professionals on the current clinical outcomes and best-practice endoscopic techniques related to radiofrequency ablation for the treatment of Barrett’s esophagus and other gastroenterological diseases.
Achieve expertise in the endoscopic skills and clinical decision-making necessary to provide training for physicians, nurses, and BÂRRX personnel related to the HALO Ablation System.
Build relationships with physician customers by acting as a peer resource by traveling to their institutions for one on one meetings and departmental presentations of the data relevant to the HALO Ablation System.
Provide technical support for the HALO Ablation System.
Represent BÂRRX at national and international meetings by participating in clinical discussions, assisting in live demonstrations and fostering education and adoption efforts in the exhibit hall.
Support ongoing efforts to grow the body of scientific literature on the therapeutic approach to Barrett’s esophagus by assisting physicians, when asked, to produce a steady stream of quality abstracts and publications.
Master the Barrett’s esophagus literature regarding disease pathophysiology, diagnosis and management.
Become expert in reporting and processing the outcomes of trials involving medical devices produced by BÂRRX as well as other ablative modalities.
Participate in the invention and strategic implementation of BÂRRX products in new disease states.
Work within the company to provide marketing support (sales materials & videos), assist in quality assurance activities (complaints, failure analysis, MDRs) and contribute to the medical policy advocacy efforts of the reimbursement team.
This position is appropriate for a physician who has recently finished a medical or surgical residency or fellowship training program, although a candidate in the midst of training or practice would also be considered.
It would be an ideal opportunity for an MD with an interest in the medical device field to have an inroad to this business and learn firsthand from our experienced medical affairs team.
Travel will be required about 60% of the time with most domestic, but some international.
Candidates throughout the US will be considered.
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BÂRRX Medical, Inc