Kevin Trovini

Biography

Kevin L. Trovini is the Chief Information Officer for Michigan State University’s HealthTeam (MSU HT), which includes oversight of all IS operations for the College of Osteopathic Medicine, the College of Human Medicine, the College of Nursing, the Community Clinical Center, and the Olin Student Health Clinic. In this role, Kevin is responsible for directing the development of policies and procedures, the implementation of standards-based IS solutions across the enterprise, and campus IS operations for the MSU HT and the health colleges. This includes day-to-day customer support and Help Desk operations, as well as major projects/initiatives related to clinical, academic, administrative, and financial systems development and support. Additionally, he is responsible for and oversees the IS asset management program, the IS operational and capital budgets, contract negotiations and vendor relationships, and web-based teaching and learning initiatives. His work history includes 25 years of experience in leadership and management positions for IS operations and project management, 15 years of which have been in the health care field. Kevin is a retired military officer – a 20 year veteran – who completed his military career in North Chicago, IL, where he served as the Chief Information Officer for the Great Lakes Naval hospital from 1996-2000. Prior to coming to MSU, Kevin was the Campus CIO/Site Manager of IS for Advocate Health Care’s Illinois Masonic Medical Center (AIMMC) in Chicago. Prior to AIMMC, Kevin served as the Enterprise Project Manager for Volkswagen Credit, Inc./Audi Financial Services/Bentley Financial Services in Libertyville, IL. He has been a member of HIMSS since 1992, CHIME since 2004, and served as a Member of the Board for the Greater Chicago Chapter of HIMSS from 2003-2005. Additional professional memberships include the Knights of Columbus, the American Academy of Medical Administrators, the Project Management Institute, and the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), where he served as the Program Director from 2001-2002.