Camille Boler supports clients with evidence-based research and analysis that span a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.
With a background in health policy and administration, she advises clients regarding the implications of policy implementation and care redesign. She has particular expertise in value-based care, shared-decision making, and patient engagement initiatives.
Camille’s background in health and social policy includes varied research experiences. At the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (CAN), she analyzed CAN data to create approaches to incorporating disease initiatives into global health policy agendas. She also coordinated and collaborated with Congressional offices to integrate cervical cancer services and programs into global health platforms. Additionally, Camille conducted literature-based research to identify effective components of digital weight-loss treatments and helped communicate these trends to key audiences.
Camille has a BA in public policy and global health from Duke University.