152Elvira Müller is Vice President, HTA & Evidence Development and Managing VP, Germany in Certara’s Evidence & Access group. She leads the market access and HEOR consulting team overseeing the strategic, scientific, and operational performance in a broad range of global services covering strategic evidence development and reimbursement advice, health technology assessments (HTA), submission dossiers as well as global market access strategies. For German market access, she and her team focus on strategy consulting, dossier development and advanced analytics tailored to AMNOG requirements. She has 15+years of experience in global market access and health economic engagements and applies her senior expertise in providing high-quality scientific evidence to optimize the value of pharmaceuticals and medical technologies.
Elvira joined Analytica Laser consultancy (now part of Certara) in 2000 as senior scientist and since then held various positions including Department Head, Vice President of Global Outcomes Research and Vice President managing the German business unit. Elvira has led numerous assignments in global HEOR evidence synthesis and analytics as well as local market access engagements. Elvira’s broad experience ranges from health technology assessment, economic analyses and reimbursement submissions to market access strategy and training. Elvira has presented at national and international conferences and is author of many peer-reviewed publications. She is a member of HTAi, ISPOR and iHEA and holds memberships in national organizations as well. She also held lectures in Public Health and Health Technology Assessment at local universities, oversees bachelor theses and gives seminars on German market access at international university educational courses (e.g. CNAM).
Prior to joining consulting business, she was a research associate at the Institute of Epidemiology in Ulm, Germany, and at the Institute for Social Medicine, Epidemiology, and Health Economics at the Charité University Medical Center in Berlin, Germany, where she also served as lecturer in health economics, epidemiology and rehabilitative medicine. Elvira holds an MSc and PhD in Biology and Toxicology from Würzburg University, Germany, and a Master of Public Health in Health Economics and Epidemiology from Ulm University, Germany.