Marc Probst is the retired Chief Information Officer and Vice President at Intermountain Healthcare, an integrated delivery network (IDN) based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. Probst has been involved with Information Technology and Healthcare services for the past 32 years. Additionally, Marc served the Federal government in Health IT related matters serving on the Federal Healthcare Information Technology Policy Committee which assisted in developing HIT Policy and measures in support of advancing the use of Electronic Medical Records across the country. He continues to serve as a leading advocate of national solutions for health information systems, data standards and cyber security.
Mr. Probst is also passionate about the potential of technical innovation in healthcare. In 2013 Marc and his I.S. team built the Intermountain Healthcare Transformation Lab. With a direct focus for lowering costs and improving the quality of healthcare, this facility supports new technology innovation and invention. The Transformation Lab facilitates partnership between leading technology vendors and clinical experts.
Prior to Intermountain, he was a Partner with two large professional service organizations; Deloitte Consulting and Ernst & Young, serving healthcare provider and payer organizations. He is experienced in information technology planning, design, development, security, deployment and operation, as well as policy development for HIT related issues.
Mr. Probst serves several healthcare related organizations including the University of Utah School of Nursing Development Board, College of Health Information Management Executives (CHIME), for which he is the current Board Chair, the Christmas Box House Board (serving the needs of underserved children in Utah), the Development Committee of the Ronald McDonald House of Salt Lake City and in several capacities for the Utah Food Bank, including serving on their Board.
He is a frequent speaker on Health Information System strategy, innovation, analytics, standards and policy. Mr. Probst has a passion for the power of HIT for public and population health within the United States and for health improvement worldwide.
He is a Graduate of the University of Utah in Finance and received an MBA from George Washington University. He is married with five children and resides in Utah. Mr. Probst’s expertise in the use of information technology to increase patient care quality and lower the costs of care complements Nemours more than 20 years of building a robust infrastructure for electronic medical records and digital health.