As Chief Innovation and Information Officer, Marcus B. Shipley leads Trinity Health’s innovation program responsible for finding, originating and implementing new ideas and managing the process of innovation and change management throughout the system. He also leads Trinity Information Services (TIS), providing direction and oversight for information technology that supports Trinity Health’s strategic imperatives for improving quality of care, patient safety and financial performance. He is responsible for developing and implementing digital health and information technology strategies across Trinity Health, one of the nation’s largest Catholic health care systems. Shipley joined Trinity Health, which operates 92 hospitals in 22 states and has about $19 billion in revenue.
Prior to joining CHE Trinity Health, Shipley worked for CIGNA, a health services organization, where he served most recently as Vice President Information Technology, IT Infrastructure and Operations. He joined CIGNA in 2008 as Vice President Information Technology, Architecture, Sourcing and Business Management.
Shipley’s career spans almost 30 years in information technology across multiple industries, including 16 years in executive-level positions leading solution delivery, infrastructure services and enterprise architecture. He has served at Fidelity, where he was Chief Information Officer of its HR Services; Claims Desk Corporation, where he was Chief Technology Officer; and United Services Automobile Association, where he began his career as a programmer/ systems analyst.
Shipley joined the Holy Cross Health Board of Directors as the Corporate Representative in 2016 and serves on the Executive & Governance Committee.
Shipley earned both an MBA and a BBA in Information Technology from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Bio updated March 2021
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