Tim Skeen

Tim Skeen, SVP & CIO for Sentara Healthcare, has overall responsibility for leading the enterprise technology organization supporting all aspects of the Integrated Delivery Network (IDN), Optima Health Plan, and Corporate Services.

He is an accomplished executive with more than 30 years of experience both inside and outside of health care. Tim has always been focused on ensuring technology plays a key role in every aspect of the business to enable associates to serve consumers efficiently today while building a foundation for tomorrow. He empowers teams to bring creativity and forward-thinking to their roles daily and understands the vast opportunities technology, advanced analytics, and digitization are bringing to the health care industry.

Other Career Information:
Prior to Tim’s role at Sentara, he served as Anthem’s COO of the Government Business Division and as Anthem’s CIO responsible for enterprise architecture, data and analytics, SOA platforms, cloud operations, infrastructure, information security, network operations, and business and corporate applications. Tim also served as chief information officer at Amerigroup, chief technology officer at Molina Healthcare, and chief information officer at Unisys for the Health Information Management Division.

BSEE, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Board Experience:
Board director for Kepro, a national care management and quality improvement organization servicing commercial and public programs. 2020 to present.

Board director and investor for Concierge Health, a company taking a holistic approach to health and wellness bringing in data anywhere and from everywhere to provide a comprehensive view of an individual’s wellness data. 2020 to present

Board advisor for Results Redefined, a company promoting solutions combining fitness and healthcare services at facilities where clients live, work, and play. 2018 to present.

Board Advisor for Zyter, a company providing leading digital health and IoT-enablement platforms. 2020 to present.

Board advisor for Gigster, a platform company delivering a software and services model for distributed team management of digital initiatives. 2020 to present.

Board director for Availity, a company enabling connectivity between healthcare payers and providers, where he served on the Governance and Audit committees from 2015 to 2019.

Bio posted December 2020