RN, BSN, MS
Chief Informatics Officer, AllianceChicago
Andrew Hamilton is a Masters-prepared Nurse Informaticist with 17 years of experience in both in-patient nursing care and outpatient community health as well as nursing administration. As the Chief Informatics Officer, Andrew is responsible for developing clinical decision support and National Clinical Performance Measures and integrating them into the organization’s HIT platform. Andrew leads AllianceChicago’s efforts related to developing health IT support for promoting interoperability, Patient Centered Medical Homes, Population Health Management and Care Coordination.
Andrew is the co-chair of the Chicago Area PCORnet Informatics Working Group and HHS UDS Modernization efforts. Andrew is a member of several local, state, and national working groups related to health IT and performance measurement and SDOHs. He is an adjunct faculty at Loyola University School of Nursing and the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Nursing. Andrew holds a BS in Nursing and MS in Nursing Business and Health Systems Administration with a focus on Nursing Informatics from the University of Michigan School of Nursing.