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Camilla Hull Brown, Principal and
Camilla brings years of experience in strategic planning, change
management, and collaboration building to assist health care collaborations
and state-level entities to organize electronic health information
exchanges (HIEs) and regional health information organizations (RHIOs).
In her consulting roles she has helped groups in areas including
value propositions and ROIs, governance, business planning, financial
sustainability, and physician participation and adoption.
Cam has worked in such diverse states as Texas, Delaware,
Maryland, New Hampshire, West Virginia, Colorado, Michigan, Indiana,
and Ohio. She has been engaged with physician communities, health
systems, other providers, state agencies, health plans, public health
entities, safety net providers, consumer and advocacy groups, and
privacy and security entities.
Some of the state-level entities she has worked with
include the MiHIN Resource Center in Michigan, Colorado Regional
Health Information Network, and the West Virginia Health Information
Network. Cam has also worked with many community-level HIEs including
the handful of financially self-sustaining health information exchanges
in the country e.g. Michiana Health Information Network (MHIN) in
South Bend, Indiana, and HealthBridge in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has
played pivotal roles with other emerging and operational HIEs such
as the Capital Area RHIO in Lansing, Michigan; healthLINC in Bloomington,
Indiana; and the HIE in the Dallas-Fort Worth North Texas area led
by the Dallas County Medical Society. She served as the Interim
Executive Director of ICareConnect, Inc., a regional health information
network in Central Indiana that merged into Indiana Health Information
Exchange. Cam was also the Interim Executive Director of Collaborating
Communities Health Information Exchange in Springfield, Ohio, during
its start-up period.
At the national level, Cam has been a Senior Scholar
with Summit Health Institute for Research and Education in Maryland
and Washington DC where she helped people address health care disparities
through health information exchange. She is a member of HIMSS serving
on the HIMSS HIE Steering Committee and a member of eHealth Initiative
where she has served on the Privacy Committee and on the Blueprint
Committee for Improving Population Health using health IT and HIE.
Cam’s diverse background includes consulting
for large organizations while at PricewaterhouseCoopers, business
start-ups at USA Group, and nearly 20 years of consulting with a
wide variety of organizations and alliances serving regional, national
and international markets. Camilla received a B.A. from the University
of Illinois and a M.B.A. from the University of New Mexico.