About

Mark is a results-driven and proven Health+Care IT and Business leader, with expertise in software design, enterprise architecture, enterprise portfolio management, technology planning and implementation and change leadership and management for companies including Humana (Fortune 52), Almost Family (NASDAQ), Kentucky Farm Bureau, Hilliard Lyons, Anthem (Fortune 33) and BB&T (Formerly Bank of Louisville). Mark has served as a member of PMI, Greater Louisville Inc. / CIO Roundtable, ISACA and other industry organizations.

Mark also passionately works with NPOs (non-profit organizations) as a Member of the Board of Directors and the Chairperson of the Community Engagement Committee for the Coalition for the Homeless (Louisville) and co-leads monthly Humana Enterprise IT volunteer engagement opportunities. Mark is also a proud and driven equity practitioner, leading efforts to grow and foster diversity at Humana through building life-long partnerships with HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) and as an advocate and member of Humana’s LGBT Pride NRG (Non-Profit Resource Group).

Specialties: IT Transformation and Leadership, Change Agent and Management, C-suite Interaction and Engagement, Consumer, Employer, Provider and Associate Experience Transformation, Big Data, Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics, Balanced Scorecards and Multi-Dimensional Data Dashboards, Mergers and Acquisitions, Medicare and Medicaid, Risk Adjustment and CMS Dual Eligibility Programs, ICD-9 and ICD-10 Transformation and Implementations, Medicare Senior Market, Managed Care Experience, Health Care Reform, Affordable Care Act, and State and Federal Exchanges.

Mark also composes and produces video game music professionally.

4 comments

  1. markmcwane · August 23, 2010

    I will eventually have all my music posted on this new blog, but it may take a few more months. I would suggest, if you want the Duke Nukem music in its entirety, to check out this link:

    http://www.filefront.com/15181241/Duke-Nukem-3D—Mark-McWane.zip/

  2. Skrell · January 29, 2012

    Is there a way to have my blood game use YOUR ogg files instead of the original ones?? I’ve been trying to figure this out forever! You’re stuff sounds great and would improve the overall game significantly!

    • markmcwane · January 30, 2012

      I believe you can replace the music with mine. Check out some of the Blood support sites for help.

  3. Skrell · January 30, 2012

    I have been checking them 😦

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