Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board, Manifest MedEx
President and CEO, Blue Shield of California
Paul Markovich is President and CEO of Blue Shield of California, a 4-million-member nonprofit health plan with more than $17 billion in annual revenue that serves the state’s commercial, individual and government markets. Markovich assumed the position on January 1, 2013.
As president and CEO, Markovich drives Blue Shield’s mission to ensure Californians’ access to high-quality health care at an affordable price. In 2015, he led Blue Shield’s acquisition of Care1st Health Plan, marking the company’s entry into the Medi-Cal program.
A 20-year Blue Shield veteran, Markovich previously served as COO. Prior to that, he was senior vice president of the Large Group Business Unit and led the CalPERS sector. He also led the Product Development unit in the late 1990s and introduced numerous products and services.
Markovich is a graduate of Colorado College (where he played Division I hockey), a Rhodes Scholar, husband, and father. He serves on the board of directors of America’s Health Insurance Plans and California Association of Health Plans.
Executive Director – Riverside County Medical Association
Chief Executive Officer – Inland Empire Foundation for Medical Care
Dolores Green has served as the Executive Director of the Riverside County Medical Association (RCMA) since 1981, representing over 1200 physicians in all modes of practice in Riverside County. She is also the Chief Executive Officer of the Inland Empire Foundation for Medical Care, since 1995. She oversees its PPO, EPO and Workers’ Comp Network activities as well as its ACO projects and its recently formed Community Care Network. She also served as the CEO of the Inland Empire Health Information Exchange from 2011 until early 2017. She received her undergraduate degree from CA State University, San Bernardino and her MBA degree in Business/Finance from the University of Redlands.
Green serves on the Board of Directors of Manifest MedEx and the Inland Empire HIO. She is a Past Chair of the California Medical Executives Conference; Past-President of several organizations including, Physicians Peer Review, Inc.; Health Care Administrators Association; Health Care Foundation of Southern California; and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the California Foundation for Medical Care and the American Association of PPOs, Pacific Region. She also serves on the NORCAL Advisory Council of NORCAL Mutual Insurance Company and the National CME Council. She is a California Licensed Life Agent.
Chief Executive Officer, NAMM California, Part of Optum
Chief Operating Officer, Optum California
Leigh Hutchins has over 25 years of health care management experience. She joined NAMM in 1993 and has held various positions with NAMM California/PMNI in the areas of payor and provider contracting, network development, transactional services and IPA operations. Prior to joining NAMM, Hutchins worked for FHP HealthCare in staff model and IPA operations. She actively participates in charitable organizations such as the American Heart Association, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the American Cancer Society.
Ms. Hutchins received her B.A. degree with honors in Pharmacology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her M.B.A. from the Anderson Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Founder and CEO of ConsejoSano
Abner Mason is the Founder and CEO of ConsejoSano, which partners with payers, providers and health systems to provide a curated, omni-channel, culturally-aligned engagement experience for Medicaid and Medicare populations.
Prior to launching ConsejoSano, Abner served as Founder and CEO of the Workplace Wellness Council of Mexico, the first employee wellness initiative of its kind in the country. The Workplace Wellness Council grew out of an earlier program, CONAES, which was launched during Abner’s time as Founder and Executive Director of the AIDS Responsibility Project. CONAES and JaBCHA (the Jamaican equivalent) were the first business councils on HIV/AIDS in Mexico and Jamaica, respectively.
Abner also served as Chief Policy Advisor, Chief Secretary, and Undersecretary of Transportation and Construction for Massachusetts Governors Paul Cellucci and Jane Swift from 1997 - 2002. He was appointed by US President George W. Bush to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, where he served as Chairman of the International Sub-Committee from 2002 - 2005.
Co-Founder and the Chief Regulatory Officer of Ciitizen
Deven McGraw is a Co-Founder and the Chief Regulatory Officer of Ciitizen, a consumer health technology start-up. Previously she directed U.S. health privacy and security as Deputy Director, Health Information Privacy at the HHS Office for Civil Rights and Chief Privacy Officer (Acting) of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT. Widely recognized for her expertise in health privacy, she directed the Health Privacy Project at the Center for Democracy and Technology for six years and led the privacy and security policy work for the HITECH Health IT Policy Committee. She also served as the Chief Operating Officer of the National Partnership for Women and Families. She advised health industry clients on HIPAA compliance and data governance while a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP.
Deven graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center and has a Masters of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.
Jarrod B. McNaughton
Chief Executive Officer, of Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)
Jarrod B. McNaughton is the Chief Executive Officer of Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP). In this role, he works collaboratively with the IEHP Governing Board to set the strategic vision and provide executive leadership for one of the 10 largest Medicaid health plans and the largest not-for-profit Medicare-Medicaid Plan in the U.S.
McNaughton joined IEHP in 2018 as Chief Operating Officer (COO). Prior to IEHP, he served in several roles of increasing responsibility in mostly hospitals and large hospital systems.
As the former President of Kettering Medical Center and Executive Vice President of Kettering Health Network, he developed a coordinated and detailed strategy for the entire network and spearheaded many forward-looking changes in services and delivery of care to patients at those facilities.
Prior to his role at Kettering Medical Center, Mr. McNaughton was Vice President at San Joaquin Community Hospital.
McNaughton’s strong commitment to the community fits well with IEHP’s mission and company culture. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Loma Linda University and a board member for several educational and non-profit agencies.
McNaughton earned a bachelor's from Pacific Union College and his master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of La Verne, Graduate School of Business. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Mark Reynolds, MBA
Chief Operating Officer, Anthem Blue Cross of California
Mark Reynolds is Chief Operating Officer for Anthem Blue Cross of California. Anthem Inc. (NYSE: ANTM), a Fortune 100 company, operates as a diversified health care benefits company, and Anthem provides healthcare coverage for over seven million Californians. Reynolds joined Anthem in 2015.
Prior to joining Anthem, Reynolds was President of Aetna of California. He also held various positions at PacifiCare and FHP. Prior to entering the managed care industry, Reynolds served as an infantry officer in the United States Army.
Reynolds holds a BBA in Finance from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He’s served on various boards including the California Association of Health Plans and the California Healthcare Performance Information System, and was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to serve as chairperson for the California State Health Policy and Data Advisory Commission. Reynolds currently sits on the board of the Integrated Healthcare Association, where he also serves on the executive committee.
Mark Savage, JD
Vice Chairman of the Board, Manifest MedEx
Mark Savage is Director of Health Policy at UC San Francisco’s Center for Digital Health Innovation, where he leads health policy strategy and development and data governance for the Center and its projects to advance interoperability, electronic health information exchange, delivery reform, and access for patients, providers and consumers nationwide. Mark also served on Cal INDEX’s Board of Directors as consumer representative and most recently as Chair.
Prior to UCSF, Mark was Director of Health IT Policy and Programs at the National Partnership for Women & Families. There, he oversaw the National Partnership’s strategy and work to advance electronic health information access and exchange as the backbone for patient access and engagement, delivery reform and shared care planning, patient-generated health data and social determinants of health, and reducing health disparities. Among other positions, Mark has served on numerous multi-stakeholder policy committees under the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, has provided Congressional testimony and numerous presentations about health IT issues, and co-chaired the National Quality Forum’s Interoperability Committee. Prior to joining the National Partnership, Mark was Senior Attorney at Consumers Union, the policy and advocacy arm of Consumer Reports, where he led Consumers Union’s statewide project in California to advocate patients’ needs and amplify the consumer voice for electronic health information exchange and its core role in healthcare reform. Mark graduated from Stanford Law School and the University of California, Berkeley.