Board Chair, Central Maine Healthcare
Health IT Independent Consultant – Healthcare Management – Informatics – Non-Profits – Community Service
Dev Culver is an innovative leader and mentor that is quality focused, who is a very highly regarded and influential community leader that is frequently called upon for his knowledge to develop comprehensive patient care coordination and enable enhanced patient safety through improvement of patient clinical data. While easygoing by nature, no one doubts his authority and direction of the Board.
A graduate from Northwestern University, Dev is respected across the Healthcare IT Industry and brings over 30 years of executive leadership experience. He has published six peer reviewed publications. Dev has received numerous honors from New England Health Information and Management Systems Society, IT Innovator Award, MaineBiz, Modern Healthcare and PowerChart Award. Community service is important to Dev and he has sat on the Governor’s Task Force on Y2K Readiness, State of Maine (1999-2000), the State of Maine Information Systems Advisory Board (2000-2002), Co-Chairman of the Governor’s Task Force on Telemedicine (2002-2003) and the Central Maine Healthcare Board of Directors (2018 – present). Dev retired from full-time employment in 2018. This change enabled Dev to indulge other passions that include being the volunteer coordinator for the Thomas Settlemire Community Garden Common Good Garden (CGG). Dev and the CGG volunteer teams grow vegetables for distribution to Brunswick area residents in need through the Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program. During the 2020 growing season, the CGG produced over 4,000 pounds of fresh produce despite the challenges of bringing groups together to work during a pandemic.
As the newly appointed Central Maine Healthcare Board Chair, Dev has strong essential competencies including: “C-Suite” corporate leadership experience, experience governing or leading an organization through financially challenging environment/industry in transition, knowledge of consumerism and customer service, leadership experience in larger not-for-profit or public sector entity, legal or corporate compliance expertise, marketing and branding expertise with a strategic thinking/business development track record.