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New Mexico Board of Directors

HealthInsight New Mexico is an Albuquerque-based, not-for-profit, physician-sponsored organization. Its up-to-15-member Board of Directors includes statewide representation from a variety of health care settings/disciplines as well as non-health care backgrounds. The Board endeavors to maintain an equal representation of four key stakeholder groups in the health care communities it serves on the corporation's Board of Directors: (1) providers (including physicians) and provider organizations; (2) payor organizations; (3) employers and other health care purchasers; and (4) public entities, patients or patient representatives, consumer representatives and/or consumer advocacy organizations.

At a minimum, two directors shall be patient/consumer representatives and not: (a) a practicing or retired physician; or (b) a governing body member, officer, partner, 5 percent or more owner, or managing employee in a health care facility or association of health care facilities in New Mexico. At least one consumer director shall be a Medicare beneficiary. The composition of the Board of Directors shall reflect the corporation's continuing commitment to racial, ethnic, gender and professional diversity. 

There shall be as many as 15 elected directors on the board, as well as certain designated directors who shall serve ex officio. HealthInsight's chief executive officer shall serve as an ex officio director of the corporation with voting rights. The current chief executives (or their appointed designees) of the New Mexico Hospital Association, New Mexico Medical Society, New Mexico Association for Home and Hospice Care and New Mexico Long Term Care Association shall be invited to serve as ex officio directors of the corporation. Renewed annually, invited ex officio board members shall be allowed to serve during their full tenure as executive officers/directors of their respective associations and their terms on the board shall not be term-limited. With the exception of the president/CEO of HealthInsight, no ex officio shall also be an employee of the corporation. Two directors, generally the chair and vice chair, sit on the HealthInsight Management Corporation Board of Directors.

Elected Directors

Elected directors shall hold office from the close of the annual meeting for a term of up to three years, or until their successors have been elected and qualified. Directors shall be classified with respect to the time for which they shall hold office by dividing them into three classes, each class to consist of, as nearly as possible, an equal number of elected directors. The elected directors of the first, second and third class shall hold office for an initial term of up to three years.

Ex Officio Directors

 Ex officio directors or their current designees shall be eligible to serve during their full tenure as executive officers/directors of their respective organizations.

Length of Service Cap

Trustees are limited to six years (two terms) of consecutive service on the board. However, in order to maintain continuity, the board may elect to allow a third term of service for up to three board members, typically those holding officer positions. No elected board member may exceed nine consecutive years of service.

The terms of all elected directors shall be staggered. All reasonable effort will be made to maintain three-year terms and stagger the start and ending of the terms for each class of directors to maintain continuity for the board. Any elected directors who have served for two consecutive full terms shall be ineligible for re-election, unless the elected director serves in an officer capacity, in which case his or her term may be extended up to one additional term for a total of three full terms. Any elected officer of the board who has served for three consecutive terms shall be ineligible for re-election. In no case shall an elected director serve more than nine consecutive years on the board.

Board Appointments

The terms of service appointments to the board generally begin in May with the board's annual meeting. However, new appointments may also be recommended by the Nominating Committee and approved by the full board when needed to fill vacancies.


The timing of board member appointments is planned to stagger the exit of existing members and the recruitment and entry of new members. Since terms of service are for two three-year terms, generally there will be two to three board members elected or re-elected each year.


A Director may resign at any time by filing a written resignation with the chair or the secretary-treasurer of the corporation. Failure of a director to attend at least 50 percent of the board meetings in a calendar year may be deemed to be a resignation by the director.

Current Roster

Richard KozollPhysician Representative (Cuba) (Elected)
Richard Kozoll, MD, MPH
Board certified in family practice and general preventive medicine
Term expires: May 2018

Dr. Kozoll blends his community health center practice with his role as chair of the New Mexico Clinical Prevention Initiative, a combined effort of the New Mexico Medical Society and the New Mexico Department of Health. Dr. Kozoll is a past CEO and medical director (1986-1992) for NMMRA and has continued to consult with HealthInsight New Mexico in support of its programs for many years. He is board certified in family practice, general preventive medicine, and quality assurance and utilization review.

Robert BoverieBusiness Community Representative (Albuquerque) (Elected)
Robert L. Boverie
Vice Chair
Term expires: May 2018

Robert Boverie brings a strong private-sector business background beginning in 1971 to the present, largely as an entrepreneur, and is currently in partnership with his wife as a broker and realtor with Coldwell Banker Legacy in the Albuquerque metropolitan area. Mr. Boverie also acquired three years of experience in the not-for-profit arena as administrative director of Samaritan Counseling Center. He is grants and scholarship chair for the Rotary Club District Foundation. Fluent in Spanish, Mr. Boverie is active in donation programs for areas in need in Central America. He holds degrees from Texas Tech University in finance and Thunderbird School of International Management in Arizona.

BoehmPhysician Representative (Alamogordo) (Elected)
William A. Boehm, MD, FACEP
Term expires: May 2019

Dr. Boehm has a long-standing record of active support and participation with the New Mexico Medical Society (NMMS). He served as president from 1985 to 1986 and has since remained on the council representing Otero County. Additionally, he was an American Medical Association delegate and served on many NMMS committees. He has also served on the New Mexico Medical Board, Monitored Treatment Program, the advisory boards of American Physicians Assurance Corporation and The Doctors Company, and is a lifetime member of the American Legion, having served three terms as post service officer. After a private practice as a general surgeon, he went into emergency medicine where he was known as the "backbone" of the Trans Mountain Emergency Services from the early 1990s to 2002. Dr. Boehm is also credited with establishing the American Medical Response, a national ambulance service in Alamogordo, where he served from 1993 to 2008.

Draper headshot 72 ppiBusiness Community Representative (Albuquerque) (Elected)
Richard H. Draper
Term Expires May 2018

Mr. Draper is a public affairs strategist and a versatile communications, corporate and managerial professional. A former Intel corporate public affairs director, New Mexico media manager and broadcast journalist, he is the consulting interim project manager for Sandoval County Health, Economic and Workforce Development Initiative. Mr. Draper received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Santa Clara School of Law in Santa Clara, California and his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and internal relations from Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California.

Jeff DyeHospital Executive Representative (Albuquerque) (Ex Officio)
Jeff Dye, MBA, FACHE
No length of service cap

Jeff Dye is the president and CEO of the New Mexico Hospital Association, representing 40 member hospitals across the state. He is the chair of the board of directors of Hospital Services Corporation. He worked for 26 years in small and rural hospital settings with broad experience in community health planning, hospital operations, legislative initiatives and state and national hospital association governance. Mr. Dye served for 18 years as administrator of Socorro General Hospital and has also filled administrative roles in Lovington and Alamogordo, New Mexico, and Laramie, Wyoming. He holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of New Mexico. Mr. Dye became a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives in 2007 and achieved the Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential in 2008. Since joining the Association in 2004, he has served on numerous boards and taskforces including the Governor's Insure New Mexico! Council, the Governor's Trauma System Task Force co-chair, the New Mexico Center for Nursing Excellence board, the statewide Nurse Advice Line Advisory Committee, the New Mexico Donor Services Advisory Committee, the Trauma System Fund Authority and the New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Quality. Mr. Dye was honored to receive special recognition as a "Friend of Nursing" at the Nursing Excellence Awards in 2007.

Feldman picConsumer Representative (Albuquerque) (Elected)
Dede Feldman, MA
Term expires: May 2019

Former New Mexico State Senator Dede Feldman is well versed in health care policy, constituent services, and public relations and strategic communications planning. She represented District 13 in Albuquerque's North Valley for many years and chaired the Senate Public Affairs Committee and the Legislative Health and Human Services Committee.

Now retired, Ms. Feldman sponsored and passed numerous health care-related bills as a state senator including: Health Insurance Transparency and Premium Review (2011), Brain Injury Services Fund (1997), Coverage for Cancer Clinical Trials (2000, 2005, 2011), Prevent Insurance Companies from Rescinding Coverage (2009), and a mastectomy bill mandating coverage for at least a 48-hour hospital stay (1997). Ms. Feldman earned her BA and MA degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, both in political science.

Joie GlennHome and Hospice Care Representative (Albuquerque) (Elected)
Joie Glenn, RN, MBA, CAE
Term expires: May 2020

Joie Glenn is the executive director of the New Mexico Association for Home and Hospice Care, representing 147 member agencies across the state and she has served in this capacity for 20 years. Her prior experience includes managing a home health agency for 11 years and working nurse for 15 years. She holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix and achieved the Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential in 2001. Since joining the association, she has served on numerous boards and committees including the New Mexico Center for Nursing Excellence Board, the Human Services Department Medicaid Advisory Committee, the New Mexico Aging and Long Term Services Department Policy Advisory Committee, the New Mexico Telehealth Alliance Board, and the New Mexico Society of Association Executives Board. Ms. Glenn was honored to receive "The Nurse of the Year Award" at the Nursing Excellence Awards in 2004.

Annie JungNew Mexico Medical Society Executive Designee Representative (Albuquerque) (Ex Officio)
Annie Jung, MEd
No length of service cap

Annie Jung is a native New Mexican and graduate of Indiana University and the University of Virginia. Ms. Jung was hired by the New Mexico Medical Society in 2000 to launch the Clinical Prevention Initiative and manage the continuing medical education program. In the summer of 2008, she became the associate executive director of the medical society.

Doug LohkampPharmacy Representative (Albuquerque) (Elected)
Doug Lohkamp, RPh
Term expires: May 2018

Doug Lohkamp is the director of pharmacy services for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico (BCBSNM), where he has been employed since 1999. He is currently chair of the New Mexico Prescription Improvement Coalition's Health Information Technology Committee and an active member of the New Mexico Pharmacists Association. Mr. Lohkamp brings extensive experience and knowledge to his role through his work in previous positions held in New Mexico. In his current role at BCBSNM, his responsibilities include Health Care Service Corporation drug utilization management, designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating new and existing systems for cost effective and high quality pharmacy programs. His duties also include contract review and negotiation, devising strategy and policy regarding the administration of the prescription drug benefit offered to BCBSNM customers, and serving on the Prime Therapeutics National Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Mr. Lohkamp is a graduate of the University of New Mexico.

Barbara MathisConsumer Representative (Albuquerque) (Elected)
Barbara Mathis, JD
Term expires: May 2019

Ms. Mathis established the Medical Risk Management Program at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Medical Center. She served as executive director of medical staff affairs during the transition from the medical center to the Health Sciences Center (HSC) and then went on to serve and retire as associate university counsel for medical staff and clinical affairs.  Ms. Mathis is a member of the UNM HSC Biomedical Ethics Committee and Ethics Consult Service.  In addition, for nine years she was as a director and officer of Pegasus Legal Services for Children in the Kinship Guardianship Program and she continues to serve as a volunteer attorney for Pegasus. 

Sechovic picNew Mexico Health Care Association Executive (Ex Officio)
Linda Sechovec
No length of service cap

Linda Sechovec is executive director of the New Mexico Health Care Association, a statewide organization of nursing facilities, facilities for developmentally disabled and assisted living providers. She has spent her career working on behalf of long-term care providers in New Mexico and Iowa. Ms. Sechovic is a past president of the Affiliated State Health Care Association Executives (ASHCAE), a position that named her to the American Health Care Association Board. She has served in various board and officer capacities with the ASHCAE and on numerous committees for the American Health Care Association. She is a member of the New Mexico Medicaid Advisory Committee and is active in numerous New Mexico health policy, government and senior/disabled services advisory groups.  She holds a BS degree from Drake University, Des Moines, IA, and has spent more than 30 years working with long-term care providers.

Varela Business Representative (Santa Fe) (Elected)
Eugene T. Varela
Term expires: August 2020

Eugene T. Varela was elected to the HealthInsight Board of Directors in August 2014 for a three-year term. He is the state director of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) New Mexico. Mr. Varela leads AARP's social mission in New Mexico with a team of five and more than 100 volunteers. Prior to his work with AARP, he served as the deputy director for the New Mexico State Agency on Aging. In 2010 he received the Rep. Nick Salazar Advocate Award at the New Mexico Conference on Aging. Mr. Varela was also recognized as a delegate to the 1995 White House Conference on Aging by former governor Bruce King. Additionally, Mr. Varela was elected to participate in the American Society on Aging Serving Elders of Color Project to provide training on cultural competence and increasing service delivery to multicultural elders. A former board member of the American Society on Aging, Mr. Varela has presented educational workshops on a variety of topics at state and national conferences. He holds a BA degree in social sciences from the College of Santa Fe and a master's degree in public administration from the University of New Mexico.

Steve Hansen place holder image Primary Care Representative (Santa Fe) (Elected)
Steven C. Hansen
Term expires: August 2020

Steven C. Hansen is the chief executive officer (CEO) for Presbyterian Medical Services located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Mr. Hansen is a seasoned executive working to promote the vision of Presbyterian Medical Services of improving the health and lives of all people of the Southwest. Presbyterian Medical Services has 1,380 employees, 100 sites and is Joint Commission accredited. Operations include behavioral health services, native and traditional healing services, children's services (Headstart and Early Headstart programs), hospice, primary care, Health Care for the Homeless programs, statewide organization of nursing facilities, facilities for developmentally disabled and assisted living providers, supportive living, dental and a 340B pharmacy program. Mr. Hanson is a member of the Laguna HealthCare Corporation Board of Directors, the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Primary Care Association, the National Federally Qualified Health Center Advisory Group for UnitedHealthcare, and a University of New Mexico advisory group to develop a health administration and policy graduate program. He was named as a Healthcare Hero in 2007 by Nevada Business Magazine. Mr. Hansen holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah.

Marc Bennett HealthInsight Management Corporation Chief Executive Officer (Salt Lake City, Utah) (Ex Officio)
Marc Bennett
No length of service cap

Marc H. Bennett is president and CEO of HealthInsight Management Corporation (HMC), based in Salt Lake City, Utah. HMC serves as a holding company overseeing three separate 501(c)(3) organizations in Utah, Nevada and New Mexico, legally interlocked and with each state separately governed by its own board of directors and each with equal representation on the HMC Board of Trustees. Mr. Bennett has been CEO of HealthInsight for more than a decade and is past president of the American Health Quality Association, the trade association of state-based Quality Improvement Organizations while currently serving on the Quality Alliance Steering Committee at the national level and on the board of the Network for Regional Health Improvement. In Nevada, he is vice chair of the Governor's Health Information Technology Blue Ribbon Task Force and initiated Chartered Value Exchanges in both Utah and Nevada.

Wienbar Margy IMG 0211LOW 3.5 x 5HealthInsight New Mexico Executive Director (Albuquerque)
Margy Wienbar, MS
Provides executive support for New Mexico Board and Board of Trustees

Margy Wienbar is the executive director of HealthInsight New Mexico and has dedicated more than 25 years to improving health and health care in New Mexico. Her background in health education led her to investigating the underlying causes of poor health and fostered a desire to mitigate these causes through systematic approaches including effective data utilization, policy development and a focus on the social determinants of health. She has led and collaborated on complex quality improvement projects for various parts of the health care system including health plans and the state’s Medicare Quality Improvement Organization. From 2005 to 2012, Ms. Wienbar was the director for a six-county region that encompassed more than 50 percent of the state’s population and oversaw the administration for 17 local public health offices and the related programs.

New Mexico Representation on the HealthInsight Management Corporation Board of Trustees

To ensure continuity and state representation under its affiliation with the HealthInsight Management Corporation, HealthInsight New Mexico annually appoints two representatives to serve on the HealthInsight Management Corporation Board of Trustees. The following individuals have been appointed through August 2017: Richard Kozoll, MD, (New Mexico Board of Directors chair) and Robert Boverie (New Mexico Board of Directors vice chair).
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