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Jessica Alessio Brings Revenue Cycle Expertise to Avalere Health

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New hire brings years of access, reimbursement, and revenue-cycle experience, strengthening Avalere's Market Access practice.

Avalere Health welcomes Jessica Alessio as an associate principal to its Market Access practice. She will support Avalere’s life sciences clients in navigating the evolving healthcare landscape through analysis and expertise in revenue cycle management and Medicare reimbursement.

“We are happy to welcome Jessica to our team. Her extensive knowledge and experience as a healthcare revenue-cycle manager will be a valuable asset to our clients,” said Lance Grady, Market Access Practice Director at Avalere Health.

About Jessica Alessio

Jessica focuses on supporting clients with data-driven analyses and innovative ideas, utilizing her knowledge of physician buy and bill and end-to-end pharmacy revenue cycle functions. Prior to Avalere, Jessica served on the US Market Access–Channel Patient Access Support Services team at Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS). She assisted providers in gaining and maintaining access to BMS products through field reimbursement education and helping patients to overcome financial barriers. Before that, Jessica led the central business office reimbursement department at AmerisourceBergen’s US Bioservices where she provided implementation leadership over their conversion to ScriptMed pharmacy operating system. In addition, Jessica has therapeutic proficiencies in oncology, rheumatology, organ transplant, hepatitis c, IgG, and rare and orphan indications.

“I am excited to join Avalere’s Market Access practice and look forward to working with clients on data-driven analysis to inform revenue-cycle and reimbursement approaches in various healthcare sectors,” said Jessica.

Jessica is a certified professional biller and earned a BS in biology from the University of North Texas.

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