Kelly Brantley works with biopharmaceutical companies, health insurance plans, and patient organizations to develop customer-specific solutions that predict and respond to the ever-changing health policy landscape.
Kelly understands her clients’ needs to design and execute data-driven projects and focuses much of her time considering the impact of health policy on consumers and patients. Kelly has supported a broad range of our customers since 2010.
Prior to joining Avalere, Kelly worked closely with the State Health Insurance Assistance Programs at the Health Assistance Partnership, a project of Families USA. Before Families USA, Kelly consulted for the ECRI Institute where she analyzed online tools promoting quality health and healthcare.
Kelly holds a BS in biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an MPH in health promotion, and a graduate certificate in health policy from the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services.