Mason Chaudhry

Mason Chaudhry

Chief Transformation Officer

As Chief Transformation Officer, Mason helps clients successfully tackle the complexities of enterprise transformations by leveraging new technologies, delivery methodologies and process reengineering. With more than 20 years of transformation and change management experience, Mason guides client leadership, practitioners and programs through massive transformation undertakings by shifting their mindset and actions into frequent, smaller initiatives that require less money and time, while producing quicker results.

He understands that organizations are heavily investing in automation and new technologies to rapidly increase their value and speed to market, yet they are rarely prepared to fully implement or utilize new tools. Mason helps clients understand the new skillsets, process changes, organizational impacts and data implications across their enterprise to ensure their transformation’s success.

Previously xScion’s Chief Operating Officer, Mason continues to lead xScion’s Agile, Product, Cloud, Risk and Business Process Management (BPM) solutions. He led the development of xScion’s Agile Adoption Maturity Model, which is designed to help organizations tackle the complexities of adopting, scaling and improving Agile practices across an enterprise.

Prior to joining xScion, Mason has led Claims, Quality Reporting and Platform Modernization programs for healthcare payers that focused on best practice implementation and delivery. At Anthem BCBS, Mason led teams that managed HEDIS Quality Reporting compliance, addressed claims auto-adjudication, and focused on Affordable Healthcare Act execution. Mason has worked with Federal clients in enterprise adoption of IT Service Management frameworks at the Department of Treasury, address multifaceted requirements for The DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) for the Department of Defense, and has provided PMBOK and ITIL training to various Federal agencies.

Mason attended the University of Georgia while double-majoring in Biology and Political Science.