Alexis Parente

Alexis Parente, PhD, advises clients on the methodology and implementation of epidemiological and health outcomes research using large databases.

She has expertise in the areas of pharmacovigilance, comparative outcomes analysis, risk modeling, predictive analytics, performance measurement, survey analysis, and disease management evaluation. With her background in epidemiology, statistics, and psychology, Alexis performs advanced analytics to support research projects and improve existing or new product development.

Prior to transferring to Avalere, Alexis was a health economics outcomes researcher at Inovalon, performing analytics in support of a variety healthcare projects. Prior to joining Inovalon, she was a biostatistician at Surgical Monitoring Services and at RESI, where she served as a principal investigator on several economic and health outcome studies relating to the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Alexis has a PhD in public health with a concentration in epidemiology from Walden University and an MA and BA in psychology from Towson University with minors in applied statistics and dance.

Authored Content

Recurring episodes of clostridioides difficile (c diff) create significant added healthcare burden and costs to society and lead to avoidable adverse outcomes in the Medicare population

Avalere experts recently presented their research, “Comparison of Healthcare Utilization Among Managed Medicaid Individuals Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis Treated with Emergent vs. Established Disease-Modifying Therapy in the US.”