Claire Davis supports clients with research and analysis that span a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.
She applies her background in health policy and nonprofit disease advocacy to a broad range of client projects.
Prior to joining Avalere, Claire held a variety of internship positions, most recently as a research assistant at the Center for Evaluating Health Reform at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. In this position, Claire collaborated with researchers in evaluating and interpreting the effects of incentive systems, such as the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program and the Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program, on quality improvement, spending, and healthcare value. Prior to this, Claire interned at Genetic Alliance, a genetic disease advocacy organization, where she developed guides for partner organizations on establishing patient registries. Additionally, Claire held positions as a research assistant for the Affective Neuroscience and Biopsychology lab at Michigan and as an intern for the BloodCenter of Wisconsin.
Claire has a BS in biopsychology, cognition, and neuroscience from the University of Michigan.