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Board of Directors


As a nonprofit CO-OP (Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan), participation of our membership is important to the success of InHealth. This means engagement of members in both their personal health management, as well as the oversight and governance of the CO-OP. When members select InHealth as their health insurance provider, they also join the CO-OP as a voting member with a voice.

Board Structure

Formation Board: 2012-2014

As a brand new start-up company, we had a “Formation” Board of Directors that included six appointed directors. Those who remain on the board include:

  • Barbara Freeman, M.D., Board Chair
  • Nick Alexander
  • Arthur Nick Huston*
  • Owen Johnson, M.D.
  • Steve Lundregan
  • Mark Poeppelman
  • Jerry Stephens
  • Mike Stinziano
*Nick Huston, DDS, currently serves as an Emeritus Advisor to the Board.
*Director Emeritus

Transitional Board: 2015

InHealth Mutual has been fully operational since January 2014. In January 2015, our second year of business, we moved to a "Transitional" Board of Directors. Our Transitional Board included each of the Directors seated on the Formation Board (see above) in addition to the following Member-elected Directors:

  • Michelle Moskowitz-Brown
  • Patrick O’Donnell
  • Fred Richards (no longer a Director as of 1/2016)

Operational Board: 2016

In 2015, members elected an additional five board members listed below. Further, Teri Alexander was appointed to the Board of Directors in March 2016 to replace outgoing member-director, Fred Richards. They join the Directors from the "Transitional" Board and "Formation" Board to form the "Operational" Board. Now, eight of the Board Members on the Operational Board of Directors are Member-elected for a total of fifteen Directors.

  • Teri Alexander
  • Orin Hall, M.D.
  • Caryn Hederman
  • Beth Kowalczyk
  • Diane (Dee Dee) Mosko
  • Nancy Wilson

MEET OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Board Committees

The Executive Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors to assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities of the following: (1) evaluation of the performance of the President; (2) recommendation of the appropriate compensation for the President to the full Board on an annual basis; (3) evaluation of the performance of individual Directors and the Board of Directors as a whole; (4) development of Regular and Special Meeting Agendas; and (5) determination of content Audit, Finance and Investment Committee

The Audit Finance and Investment Committee is appointed by the Board to assist the Board in the oversight of (1) review and recommendation to the Board of the Company’s Investment Policy, (2) oversee the annual audit, (3) review and evaluation of the Company’s financial statements and procedures, (4) the compliance by the Company with financial and related regulatory requirements, and (5) determining that adequate fiscal controls and procedures are in place to ensure that the Company is in good financial health. Consistent with this function, the Committee endeavors to encourage continuous improvement of, and foster adherence to, the Company’s policies, procedures and practices at all levels. Compliance Committee

The Compliance Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors to assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities of the following: (1) compliance issues facing the Company; (2) the Company’s compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements; (3) overseeing the Company’s compliance program and monitoring its performance; and (4) providing an avenue of communication among management, the Compliance Officer, and the Board of Directors. Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors to assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities of the following: (1) identification of necessary Director skill sets; (2) recruiting suitable Director candidates; (3) soliciting from Members qualified petitions identifying potential Director candidates; (4) managing the screening and evaluation of potential Director candidates; (5) overseeing the election process; and (6) overseeing orientation and training of new Directors.



Board of Directors


As a nonprofit CO-OP (Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan), participation of our membership is important to the success of InHealth. This means engagement of members in both their personal health management, as well as the oversight and governance of the CO-OP. When members select InHealth as their health insurance provider, they also join the CO-OP as a voting member with a voice.

Board Structure

Formation Board: 2012-2014

As a brand new start-up company, we had a “Formation” Board of Directors that included six appointed directors. Those who remain on the board include:

  • Barbara Freeman, M.D., Board Chair
  • Nick Alexander
  • Arthur Nick Huston*
  • Owen Johnson, M.D.
  • Steve Lundregan
  • Mark Poeppelman
  • Jerry Stephens
  • Mike Stinziano
*Nick Huston, DDS, currently serves as an Emeritus Advisor to the Board.
*Director Emeritus

Transitional Board: 2015

InHealth Mutual has been fully operational since January 2014. In January 2015, our second year of business, we moved to a "Transitional" Board of Directors. Our Transitional Board included each of the Directors seated on the Formation Board (see above) in addition to the following Member-elected Directors:

  • Michelle Moskowitz-Brown
  • Patrick O’Donnell
  • Fred Richards (no longer a Director as of 1/2016)

Operational Board: 2016

In 2015, members elected an additional five board members listed below. Further, Teri Alexander was appointed to the Board of Directors in March 2016 to replace outgoing member-director, Fred Richards. They join the Directors from the "Transitional" Board and "Formation" Board to form the "Operational" Board. Now, eight of the Board Members on the Operational Board of Directors are Member-elected for a total of fifteen Directors.

  • Teri Alexander
  • Orin Hall, M.D.
  • Caryn Hederman
  • Beth Kowalczyk
  • Diane (Dee Dee) Mosko
  • Nancy Wilson

MEET OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Board Committees

The Executive Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors to assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities of the following: (1) evaluation of the performance of the President; (2) recommendation of the appropriate compensation for the President to the full Board on an annual basis; (3) evaluation of the performance of individual Directors and the Board of Directors as a whole; (4) development of Regular and Special Meeting Agendas; and (5) determination of content Audit, Finance and Investment Committee

The Audit Finance and Investment Committee is appointed by the Board to assist the Board in the oversight of (1) review and recommendation to the Board of the Company’s Investment Policy, (2) oversee the annual audit, (3) review and evaluation of the Company’s financial statements and procedures, (4) the compliance by the Company with financial and related regulatory requirements, and (5) determining that adequate fiscal controls and procedures are in place to ensure that the Company is in good financial health. Consistent with this function, the Committee endeavors to encourage continuous improvement of, and foster adherence to, the Company’s policies, procedures and practices at all levels. Compliance Committee

The Compliance Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors to assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities of the following: (1) compliance issues facing the Company; (2) the Company’s compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements; (3) overseeing the Company’s compliance program and monitoring its performance; and (4) providing an avenue of communication among management, the Compliance Officer, and the Board of Directors. Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors to assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities of the following: (1) identification of necessary Director skill sets; (2) recruiting suitable Director candidates; (3) soliciting from Members qualified petitions identifying potential Director candidates; (4) managing the screening and evaluation of potential Director candidates; (5) overseeing the election process; and (6) overseeing orientation and training of new Directors.