Cleveland Clinic Hires First Chief Analytics Officer


Cleveland Clinic has appointed Albert Marinez as its first chief analytics officer, saying Marinez will partner with leaders throughout the health system to empower data-driven strategies that improve patient care, reduce costs and support growth. He most recently served as the chief analytics officer at Intermountain Health in Salt Lake City

“As Cleveland Clinic works to responsibly expand our use of healthcare technology and data, we need a leader who will ensure the consistent gathering and application of analytics across our enterprise,” said Rohit Chandra, chief digital officer for Cleveland Clinic. “Albert has a history of success in driving the analytics strategy for healthcare organizations and is the ideal choice to guide the efforts that will benefit Cleveland Clinic’s patients and caregivers.” 

Marinez has two decades of experience leading various analytics and data science functions at large health systems and technology service providers. At Intermountain, he led data and analytics strategy for care delivery sites, launched the center of excellence for artificial intelligence and helped lead efforts to implement a next generation data analytics strategy and platform. 

“I look forward to joining the team at Cleveland Clinic and working to advance the use of data and analytics to enhance patient care, while prioritizing privacy and safety in everything we do,” Marinez said in a statement.

Prior to Intermountain Health, Albert held executive leadership roles at Swisslog Healthcare – a pharmacy and transport automation company – and KenSci – a healthcare startup specializing in AI and machine learning. His health system experience also includes prior roles at MultiCare Health System in Tacoma, Wash., and AdventHealth’s Central Florida Division in Orlando, Fla. 

In 2022, he served as a board member on the Microsoft Artificial Intelligence Industry Innovation Coalition for Healthcare.