Cami McIntire has focused her work on social sciences and early childhood development while gaining experience in data collection, cleaning, coding, and analysis using SPSS statistical software.
Before joining HMA, she held a position as a data and evaluation specialist with Arizona First Things First, the state’s early childhood health and development agency. While there, she worked to integrate and analyze data from multiple federal and state agencies and verify the accuracy of reporting from vendors and partners. She is also a skilled researcher and observer having assessed and documented coaching models implemented by Quality First, Arizona’s quality improvement and rating system for early learning programs. Cami also held a position as a care coordination manager with Excel Care Therapy where she worked with patients and families and oversaw service authorizations for members with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). In addition, she ensured the security, integrity, and confidentiality of patient and family related data.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in family and human development from Arizona State University and completed the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), Institutional Review Board in Social and Behavioral Research.