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Sean Tuley

Sean Tuley

Sean Tuley

Chief Information Officer, Global Medical Response

An experienced IT executive, Sean Tuley has more than 19 years’ experience spanning provider, IT services, consulting and product organizations, preceded by nine years in leadership roles as an officer in the United States Army.

From 2010 through 2018, he served as SVP and CIO of LifePoint Health, a Fortune 500, $6.5 billion healthcare organization operating 68 community hospitals across 22 states with over 46,000 employees and nearly 2,000 employed providers including regional health systems, physician practices, and outpatient and post-acute facilities. 

Following his honorable discharge at the rank of Captain, Sean was accepted into a selective IT leadership development program at Perot Systems, a Fortune 1000 IT services firm, which led to a 10-year career with the company. Sean performed in several senior leadership roles during this time, leading global teams supporting IT, business process, and revenue cycle outsourcing and consulting engagements as well as supporting select acquisitions in the healthcare provider and ambulatory segments. 

Sean earned his MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and his undergraduate degree from The Citadel. He was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers and went on to serve successfully for nearly nine years in several command and staff positions in both domestic and international settings. 

Sean engages in formal advisory capacities to help promote and advocate for healthcare innovation and adoption. Recent work includes: Heritage Healthcare Innovation Fund, Federation of American Hospitals IT Task Force, Microsoft Health and Life Sciences Advisory Board, ClearData Advisory Board, Agrin Health Advisory Board, Nashville Technology Council Veterans Executive Committee and the Nashville March of Dimes March for Babies Executive Committee.