Cameron Hilt is the Data Coordinator for the Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center (UMTRC). In this role, he conducts analyses and evaluations of resources, data, activities, and programs related to UMTRC and identifies opportunities to improve reporting and effectiveness. Additionally, he works with national consortium partners to improve health equity by advocating for adequate broadband/internet access, annual reporting, and data processing. The UMTRC provides educational and outreach presentations, individualized technical assistance, facilitation, connection to resources, and seeks to overcome barriers to telehealth and virtual health implementation.
Prior to his current position, Cameron spent over two years working as a population health analytics consultant. 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, working as a medical biller in home healthcare, working with Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield, and working for a non-profit focused on leadership and character development of students on IU Bloomington’s campus.
Cameron earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology in 2015 and a graduate certificate in Public Health in 2018. In May of 2021, he will graduate with his Master of Public Health degree from IU Fairbanks with a concentration in Health Policy and Management.
Cameron resides in Indianapolis, Indiana. He enjoys traveling with his wife Natalia, spending time with his family and two dogs, renovating his home from the 1920s, hiking, fishing, and exercising. He is actively involved in his brother’s foundation called the Sean Roy Hilt Foundation as a sponsor, fundraiser, and speaker. He also is very involved in his local church and other community organizations alongside his wife.