Dayne Slay supports clients with evidence-based research and analysis that spans healthcare sectors and stakeholders.
With a background in healthcare policy, information management, and health economics, she contributes to the development of client analysis and insights.
Dayne has a held a variety of research and administrative support positions, most recently in the Office of Psychology and Counseling at Indiana University where she assisted in the publication of a peer-reviewed journal article on managed care impacts to the psychology and counseling fields. Additionally, as a congressional aide in the US House of Representatives, she supported policy staffers with research on healthcare and child welfare issues and collaborated with interest groups to increase research and funding for Sickle Cell Disease. In this position, she developed an information and advocacy session for the World Sickle Cell Awareness Day Symposium.
Dayne has a BS in healthcare management and policy from Indiana University.