Tim Webb has more than 30 years of healthcare experience with payors and providers, including as CIO, CTO, and consultant. Representative clients include: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Partnership Health Plan, Trinity Health System, New York Presbyterian, New York University Medical Center, etc.

Tim’s consulting career includes playing a key role as a partner, growing and managing practices with prestigious firms including: Price Waterhouse, First Consulting Group, Healthlink, Kurt Salmon Associates; and Tatum. He has a broad range of experience in healthcare. At the strategic level he has led: IT Assessments, IT Strategic Planning, IT Governance, and Project Management Office projects. At the more tactical level, he has conducted numerous IT service improvement and cost reduction projects, disaster recovery planning, evaluated outsourcing and insourcing options, and conducted numerous selection projects. He has managed multi-million dollar implementations of entire strategic plans over several years.

Tim has developed methodologies for implementing best practices which have been used successfully by numerous organizations to improve consistency of operations, reduce cost, and improve the overall effectiveness of technology.

He has spoken in national and regional forums: CHIME, BICSI, HIMSS (national and regional meetings), and several Vendor User Groups. He has contributed chapters to three books: The Internet and Healthcare; Performance Improvement Through Information Management; and Accountable Care: Bridging the Health Information Technology Divide. He has been quoted several times in national periodicals on topics such as technology trends, and reducing IT costs.

Tim has a BSEE from Purdue University, attended the Eckerd College Leadership Institute, and is LEAN/Six Sigma certified as a Black Belt.