Jay Jackson conducts evidence-based assessments of the regulatory and policy environments for approval of and market access for medical products.
Prior to joining Avalere, Jay performed research and analysis on legislative and public health issues in the Colorado Senate. Prior to that, he conducted human genomic research at the University of Colorado. Jay currently focuses on conducting healthcare clinical and economic research, analysis of legislation, federal policy and regulations, and engagement with healthcare payers and providers. Jay’s areas of expertise include market access, reimbursement, and FDA regulation, with special expertise in devices, diagnostics, and value-based evidence communication.
Jay holds an MPH in health systems management and policy from the University of Colorado School of Public Health, a BS in microbiology and cell science from the University of Florida, and a regulatory affairs certification.