Dave Brown is Monarch’s Chief Information Officer. He has nearly three decades of progressive IT leadership and transformative adoption of technology experience across the healthcare, insurance and financial services industries and has led teams in the development of use-case driven outcomes, focused application development and strategic IT deliveries.
As Chief Information Officer, Dave is responsible for implementing a dynamic and responsive IT strategy in support of Monarch’s vision to help people of all abilities thrive in their homes and communities. He provides strategic vision and leadership in the development of Monarch’s population health analytics services, enabling a data-driven approach to health care delivery for the betterment of the people we serve.
Dave is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree, as well as a Master of Business Administration from Cardinal Stritch University.
He and his wife Cindy live in Matthews with their three daughters: Jenna, Sarah, and Olivia.
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