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Our Team

Keystone’s people are very carefully chosen to not only fit the mold of complicated vast arrays of extraordinary expertise, they also need to fit into the culture and family we are so protective and proud of here. We don’t just take pride in helping our clients, we take pride in helping each other.

Leadership

Eric Humes

Eric Humes

Chief Executive Officer
Eric Humes

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 led the effort to combine the go-to-market strategies of these two companies in order to consolidate talent and better serve the full continuum of care. Over the last 20 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. 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 HIPAAWorkshops, 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.

Jeff Bell

Jeff Bell

Chief Information Officer
Jeff Bell

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.

Andy Belval

Andy Belval

Chief Revenue Officer
Andy Belval

Andy is a results-driven executive with more than 25 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. He has built his career through success in creating and maintaining relationships with key corporate decision-makers, establishing large-volume, high-profit accounts with excellent levels of retention. He has developed brand identification and awareness campaigns for existing products as well as start-up divisions.

As a sales leader and advisor, Andy is charged with all of the revenue generation processes throughout the organization including business development, sales, solution architecture and client management. As CRO, he helps build vision through strategic planning and implementation. With a commitment to community and faith, Andy is a committee member for Kids In The Middle and the Heartland Chapter of the Lupus Foundation  and is active with the Covenant Presbyterian Church participating in the Choir and Community Groups. Andy has a passion for youth sports coaching baseball and basketball.

Adam Sloggett

Adam Sloggett

Chief Information Security Officer
Adam Sloggett

Adam has mastered various positions at Keystone serving as a Solutions Architect, NOC Manager, and Lead Security & Solutions Engineer. Adam is an experienced solutions, security and network engineer and a well-known St. Louis area public speaker at events for healthcare organizations. Adam has performed Security & Risk Assessments for clients that range from small regional physician practices, to large nationwide physician practices, assessing not only HIPAA Compliance, but also their network security.

Adam is responsible for IT security, driving the IT security strategy and implementation forward while also protecting the company from security threats and cyber-hacking. The CISO is responsible for operational compliance to all ISO and other standards and regulations and must fully understand the flow of all data within the company in order to define and manage security policies that will protect against information loss, damage, harm or theft.

Adam currently consults in the areas of compliance in HIPAA and PCI-DSS, for over 100 of Keystone Technologies’ clients.  Adam has worked for the United States Air Force as a Technician and a Maintenance System Evaluation Module (MSEM) Operator. He was a System Security Analyst Engineer for Missouri S&T, and a Network Engineer Consultant for Scorpio Consulting. He worked with The National Security Agency, and on Enterprise Level network structures within their academic community. Adam is a pastor at City On The Hill, a husband and proud father to his son and daughter.

Robb Spicer

Robb Spicer

Vice President of Operations
Robb Spicer

As the Vice President of Implementation and Operations, Robb is responsible for all service delivery and implementation activities at Keystone and on behalf of our clients, which includes cloud, network and server services, telephony, service monitoring, workstation/client management, servers, storage and related software. He is operationally responsible for ensuring the availability, integrity, and security for all IT systems and infrastructure 24x7x365.

Partnering with our CIO and CRO, Robb leads the Operations teams with overall responsibility for technology infrastructure planning and deployment of technology services. He develops and leads the engineering and support, and project management teams, making technical decisions and working closely with cross functional business areas and IT groups. Robb communicates to the CIO, peers and team, particularly in all critical situations such as unplanned customer downtime or data loss of any kind.

Prior to Keystone IT, Robb spent 16 years working within BJC Health System’s project management teams and physicians in BJC Medical Group as well as all 13 hospitals within BJC Healthcare. Robb was a volunteer firefighter for 16 years and has been a member of the Trenton Park Boosters for more than a decade. He is happily married with one son and three grandkids.

Dave Haas

Dave Haas

VP of Solutions Architecture
Dave Haas

Dave is an accomplished leader who uses his 20 years of healthcare technology expertise to consistently provide strategic leadership. Dave has a very diverse skill base with abilities ranging from superior technical expertise to CIO level strategy. He provides thought leadership to portfolio and division leaders regarding all of Keystone’s technology offerings. Dave is responsible for aligning client/vertical strategies to the appropriate technology and service components both within Keystone and within our network of partners.

As the VP of Solutions Architecture, the primary focus of Dave’s role is on healthcare data, infrastructure, applications, and product management that supports our client’s technology needs and user experience. The VP of Solution Architecture plays a crucial role in ensuring well-integrated systems working closely with the individual leaders across the technology functional areas and serves as a leader who collaborates within all functional areas of the company. Through Health IT Leadership, HIPAA Compliant Cloud Services, Data Conversion Services, and EMR Hosting Dave’s team creates customizable proposals that can solve many of the technology problems our clients face and develops solutions that allow our clients to focus their time on improving health outcomes.

Shelly Vanausdoll

Shelly Vanausdoll

Vice President of Sales Operations
Shelly Vanausdoll

Shelly has over 20 years of experience in business management, sales management, program effectiveness, client relations, marketing, communications, advertising, graphic design, digital media, events, compliance, business development, operations, revenue, and human resources. Shelly’s focus and passion for most of her career has been in the healthcare field. Shelly is highly relatable and uses her extensive interpersonal skills to successfully nurture and grow client relationships.

As the VP of Sales Operations, Shelly is charged with directing Keystone’s support investments in sales force effectiveness and managing functions essential to sales force productivity. She is responsible for the overall productivity and effectiveness of the sales organization. Reporting to the Chief Revenue Officer, Shelly fosters close working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to ensure the sales organization’sefficient operation and success.

Shelly volunteers on committees such as Make-A-Wish foundation, Friends of Kids with Cancer, and Kids Rock Cancer. She loves to travel, write, and cook. She is a wife and proud mother of three teenage boys.

Ann Grana

Ann Grana

VP of Business Development
Ann Grana

As Vice President of Business Development, Ann manages channel partner relationships while performing all aspects of business development. She is responsible for building Keystone’s market position through identifying, nurturing and closing new client and partner relationships, representing the company at various trade shows and professional organizations, and developing educational events that highlight the company’s expertise.

Through a partnership with VirtuSense, Ann successfully launched a new AI-based technology for risk management, fall detection and prevention and works with large independent medical groups, several senior living communities and hospitals. She works with a startup telemedicine company, Noteworth, to expand in the Midwest region.

She currently serves on the executive board of the Heartland chapter HFMA, and the Missouri ACHE and has served in leadership roles for MGMA, the St Louis Chapter of HIMSS, and the Health Care Businesswomen’s Association, and member of the founding board. Ann is an active member and program planning coordinator of the Senior Living Forum, a group designed to educate C-suite senior living executives, offering continuing education credits and networking opportunities in the Midwest region. She is co-founder and coordinator of the League of Health Care Experts.

Prior to joining Keystone, she worked in pharmaceutical sales; and served as a national and regional sales trainer. In 2004, she formed her own consulting firm, began work with Keystone 11 years ago, and was promoted to her current role in 2018.

Ben Nolen

Ben Nolen

President, Education Division

The Team

Ryan Caraway

Ryan Caraway

Data Conversion Specialist
Michael Ruebel

Michael Ruebel

Service Desk Manager
Reid Holland

Reid Holland

Data Conversion Architect
Ashley Ledbetter

Ashley Ledbetter

Service Desk Technician
Marcus Whitman

Marcus Whitman

NOC Technician
Chip Caraway

Chip Caraway

Data Conversion Architect
Tatiana Scott-Wilson

Tatiana Scott-Wilson

Project Engineer
Sarah Humes

Sarah Humes

Human Resources Coordinator
Josh Graham

Josh Graham

Sr. Solutions Engineer
Leslie Block

Leslie Block

Director of Project Management
John Knoesel

John Knoesel

Accounting Manager
Doug Bluntzer

Doug Bluntzer

Data Conversion Architect
Dana House

Dana House

Bookkeeper / Purchasing Clerk
Christian Pavez

Christian Pavez

Service Desk Technician
Ryan Sims

Ryan Sims

Field Technician

Joe Saenz

Field Technician