Madison Switalla

Madison Switalla supports clients with research and analysis that span a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

She applies her background in public policy, economic consulting, and information management to a broad range of client projects.

Madison has held a variety of internship positions, most recently as an analyst with the healthcare consulting firm Verlaon, where she conducted strategic market assessments, developed and ensured compliance within physician compensation structures, and supported healthcare providers in the process of mergers and acquisitions. As undergraduate president of the Trockman Microfinance Initiative, Madison worked to educate on the impact that poverty alleviation services, such as microlending and microinsurance, have on quality-of-life indicators such as public health outcomes.

Madison has a BS in public policy and law, ethics, and decision-making from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

Authored Content

Tune into another episode of Avalere’s Journal Club Review podcast series on Avalere Health Essential Voice. In this segment, our health policy experts discuss a recent study on the effectiveness of statewide mask mandates in reducing the spread of COVID-19, and the implications of its findings on future policy interventions.