Cameron Hilt works for the Indiana Rural Health Association and serves as the Principal Investigator/Program Director for the Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center and the Crossroads Partnership for Telehealth. The Crossroads Partnership for telehealth has worked with nine healthcare providers across the state of Indiana to implement and sustain tele-behavioral health and tele-stroke service lines. These locations are either rural hospitals, rural health clinics, or critical access hospitals and each site provides Crossroads staff with EMR data that is utilized to contribute to the evidence base for telehealth.
Cameron holds a Masters degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Policy and Management. Before joining the Indiana Rural Health Association Cameron worked as a population health consultant focused on improving quality metrics and reducing overall medical costs with clients all across the United States. He also has held a variety of different positions in the nonprofit and healthcare settings including working with a Community Health Network CMS grant using community health workers to address the social determinants of health in the Emergency Department, working as a medical biller in home healthcare, and working with Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield.
- Implementing Tele-Behavioral or Tele-stroke services
- Quality Metrics in Telehealth
- Telehealth Evaluation
- Population Health
- Public Health and Telehealth