Vincent C. Giglierano

Senior Manager - Health Services Research

Overview

Vincent Giglierano is an experienced professional with more than seven years of experience in researching and analyzing legislative documents, federal and state regulations, health policy, and analysis papers on a wide range of issues. He assists his clients – who range from health care providers and health insurance plans to health service vendors – to navigate state and federal policy issues, respond to new legislative and regulatory developments, and analyze the competitive market landscape and implement competitive strategies to differentiate clients.

Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Health Economics from Colorado University at Denver while already obtaining a M.S. in Applied Economics from the University of Maryland College Park, Vincent is highly skilled in health service research and has a detailed understanding of health economics and outcomes research, data analysis and econometric methods. Vincent is capable of organizing, analyzing and summarizing large complex datasets to fit a variety of client needs including landscape analysis, and cost-benefit effect analysis and many others.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining Faegre Drinker, Vincent served as a legislative assistant for Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-WI), analyzing policy trends to offer current, practical advice on legislative strategy. With this background, Vincent is able to draw on a broad knowledge of legislation and dual experiences in the public and private sectors to provide clients with the background they need to address federal budgetary, legislative and regulatory challenges.

Personal Interests

In his free time, Vincent enjoys cooking, snowboarding and reading.

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Education

Augustana College
B.A. in Economics & Political Science, Dean's Scholarship (2015)

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