Kelsey Jones advises clients on quality improvement programs, implementation science, and evidence generation and communication activities.
She supports clients in identifying opportunities to engage with healthcare stakeholders and generate new evidence to demonstrate the value of products and services, as well as inform clients' organizational strategy. She has experience developing and validating quality measures (including electronic clinical quality measures), implementing performance improvement activities, collecting and analyzing prospective and retrospective data for novel analyses, creating educational materials, establishing Learning Collaboratives, and disseminating and publishing findings. Kelsey has special expertise in translating evidence into quality and value messages and integrating the patient voice into product development and outcomes research.
Prior to joining Avalere, Kelsey interned at the Greater New York Hospital Association and served as a Roosevelt Scholars Teaching Assistant at the Roosevelt Institute.
Kelsey holds an MPA in policy analysis from the University of Georgia and a BA in international affairs.