Hamilton named chief data analytics officer for UI Health Care

University of Iowa Health Care leaders have named Pinkrose Hamilton its chief data analytics officer, effective June 27.

Pinkrose Hamilton will serve as UI Health Care’s chief data analytics officer, effective June 27.

In this role, Hamilton will lead a data and analytics program that supports and advances the UI Health Care mission. Working with teams of database architects and administrators, developers, business analysts, and health system leaders, she will oversee efforts to manage and protect UI Health Care data assets to ensure data integrity and reporting. She also will oversee the delivery of products and services that support data management across the organization. 

“The chief data analytics officer is an important recruitment for UI Health Care,” says Lee Carmen, associate vice president for information systems and chief information officer with UI Health Care. “Data is a critical asset in health care, and Pinkrose will be involved in developing enterprise-wide strategies that serve the data analysis and reporting needs of our health system. I look forward to working with her.” 

Hamilton will join UI Health Care after 15 years and several key leadership roles with Hackensack Meridian Health Network in Edison, New Jersey. Since 2017, she has served as vice president for business intelligence, overseeing all aspects of integrative data analytics and decision-making and leading the organization’s enterprise data warehouse. She has provided strategic direction for data management and reporting; developed hospital and physician revenue predictive models; strengthened data security across the health system; and led vendor selection and management related to data analytics tools and applications. 

Hamilton’s previous leadership roles with Hackensack Meridian Health Network include director of business intelligence, senior systems analyst, and senior compensation analyst. 

“I am excited to lead the data and analytics journey with UI Health Care,” Hamilton says. “We will use data to make information available for critical decision-making, allowing us to better serve our patients and communities.” 

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