Timothy Collins is a healthcare executive with more than 13 years of diverse experience in all aspects of establishing and directing operations, developing and implementing strategic plans, growing clinical service lines and leading organizational “turnarounds” for major healthcare providers. He is the former regional executive director of Providence Health System, where he led the startup of a corporate program for improving regional operations and supply chain management in a non-profit healthcare system with 50 entities. He was responsible for 70 FTEs, $125 million in expenses and $50 million in capital and served as the first integrity/compliance and privacy officer.
Prior to his position at Providence, he was a senior manager at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young leading a large client base and more than 150 healthcare, biotech and real estate projects for a consulting firm. As senior manager, he supervised teams of up to 50 consultants located throughout California, Arizona, and Washington. He held previous positions as a senior consultant with KPMG Peat Marwick, LLP, administrative resident at Little Company of Mary Hospital/Health Services, and supervisor of regulatory affairs at Scan Health Plan/Smartcare Health Plan.
Currently he teaches healthcare finance at USC Price. He is a diplomate and member of the regent’s advisory committee for the American College of Healthcare Executives. Mr. Collins is a past president of USC Health Services Administration Alumni Association and currently serves on USC Price’s alumni board, as well as the Health Advisory Board. He received his MHA with an emphasis in healthcare finance from USC and BS in business administration with an emphasis in international finance, also from USC.