Kristi Mitchell leads client engagements involving the use of clinical data for strategic decision-making across multiple industries, including life sciences, health plans, and professional societies.
In this capacity, she provides strategic guidance for innovative collection and utilization of data as well as oversees the diffusion of best practice in quality measurement development, implementation, and evaluation across multiples industries.
Prior to joining Avalere, Kristi worked at the American College of Cardiology (ACC), leading the development of the National Cardiovascular Data Registry, most recently as the chief science officer. Prior to the ACC, she assessed the impact of public health policies, programs, and practices on health outcomes at Battelle Centers for Public Health Policy and Evaluation and at the Institute for Health Policy Studies at the University of California, San Francisco.
Kristi has an MPH in public health policy administration and epidemiology from the University of Michigan and an AB in human biology and public policy from Brown University. She sits on the FDA MDEpiNet Interim Advisory Committee and the Pew Trust Future of Medical Device Registry Stakeholder Group.