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Courtney Ramus

Courtney Ramus provides research support to clients within the healthcare quality measurement and quality improvement space.

With expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods, intervention design, and program evaluation, she assists in the production of key deliverables.

Prior to joining Avalere, Courtney was a research assistant at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where she analyzed documents related to the US government’s role in early HIV/AIDS policy and prevention programs to examine historical shifts in the Federal response to HIV/AIDS. She also has experience as a healthcare research and writing specialist at North Highland, where she conducted research in support of client healthcare initiatives.

Courtney has an MPH with a concentration in behavioral science from Emory University and a BA in anthropology from the University of Michigan.

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Avalere supports development of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Care Referral Pathway, which aims to coordinate care and optimize referral practices among different clinicians that treat patients with IBD.

Care pathways can help providers make evidence-based decisions about where to focus care improvement efforts.