Sissy Davis

Sissy Davis supports clients with research and analysis that span a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

She applies a public and global health background to a broad range of clients.

Prior to joining Avalere, Sissy was an associate at National Medical Fellowships, a nonprofit where she helped manage the Primary Care Leadership Program. The purpose of the program was to help boost primary care doctors in Federally Qualified Health Centers in underserved and underinsured areas. Additionally, Sissy served as a research and communications intern at the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families. There, she participated in tracking Medicaid and CHIP policy for target states, helped disseminate reports on Medicaid’s effects on maternal health, indigenous health, and children’s health, and supported state expansion advocacy.

Sissy has a BS in public health and international development from Tulane University.

Authored Content

While access to insurance has increased for millions, mid-year plan switching can have unforeseen consequences for patients.

In this episode of Avalere Health Essential Voice Journal Club Review, our experts discuss the findings, themes, and relevant application of a study on the impact of Medicaid expansion on coverage and care for women of reproductive age.