Eric Humes

Chief Executive Officer

Eric is an accomplished business development executive and entrepreneur with an extensive background in healthcare information technology. Eric founded Keystone IT in 2001 and Keystone Technologies in 2004. In 2016, Eric lead the effort to merge of these two companies in order to consolidate talent and better serve the full continuum of care.

Over the last 14 years, Eric has established himself as a national leader in the industry and an expert in health information privacy. Today, the company is the leading regional provider with long-term client partnerships across healthcare and senior living. In 2015, Keystone was named the 3rd fastest growing company in St. Louis by the St. Louis Business Journal and Best IT Firm for the 5th consecutive time by Small Business Monthly.

Eric helped found the non-profit, New Cities 2.0, to improve the lives of seniors using architecture and technology. Eric is a founding member of The League of Healthcare Experts, and a board member for the Wildwood YMCA and Center for Hearing and Speech.

Eric holds a BS in Computer Science and Business Administration from Webster University in St. Louis.

Andy Belval

Chief Revenue Officer

Andy is a results-driven executive with more than 20 years experience in technology, sales and marketing. He holds a B.S. in Marketing from Bradley University and has worked in a variety of corporate environments ranging from publicly held, nationwide firms, to privately held, regional companies.

As a sales leader and advisor, Andy helps build vision through strategic planning and implementation. With a commitment to community and faith, Andy is a executive board member for Kids In The Middle and active with the Covenant Presbyterian Church participating in the Choir and Community Groups.  Andy also coaches baseball and basketball.

Jeff Bell

Chief Information Officer

As Keystone Technologies CIO, Bell is responsible for strategic IT planning and leadership. He works closely with other Keystone leaders to integrate business and IT strategies and works directly with clients on technology strategy. Bell has a special focus on large hospitals, health systems, and integrated delivery networks. He comes to Keystone from Datu Health, where he served as CTO and Senior Vice President of Technology.

Prior to Datu, Bell served with St. Louis-based Mercy Health System for eight years in a variety of roles including CTO, COO of Information Services, and Chief Project Officer in the Project Management Office. While at Mercy, he helped create and execute the Genesys Project, a five-year program that replaced all core clinical and back-office systems. Bell also played a pivotal role in upgrading technical infrastructure, people, and processes at Mercy to achieve a 99.9 percent uptime for all major applications.