Organization and Governance
Departments of Health and Human Services including Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse
Community and Rural Health Clinic Systems
A Medi-Cal Health Plan
A number of additional constituencies will be represented in the HIO’s governance in due course. One of the growth needs will be planning for rotating representation of these constituencies to maintain reasonable board size.
For further information, contact Lyman Dennis, Executive Director, Ldennis@connecthealthcare.org or 707-863-0130.
Board members may access board agendas and minutes of meeting by clicking here.
Board members may access Privacy and Security Documents by clicking here.
Board of Directors
Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency
John Buzolich, MBA
Fiscal Administrative Officer
“Working in finance for county government we are very focused on being transparent with the residents of our community and achieving the greatest benefit possible with the limited resources available. We are excited to continue working towards health information exchange in the community to improve the sharing of information, increase the quality of care delivered to our clients, and potentially gain increased efficiency in our operations.”
Regional Vice President
“An unprecedented level of collaboration in healthcare has become a must-have for improving access and patient care while, at the same time, lowering costs. HIEs are vital for making that collaboration possible.”
Tanya Narath, MBA
Department of Information Systems Manager
“It is becoming the standard of care that providers have the access to history of patient allergies, medications, lab reports and treatments in order to wisely deal with new acute episodes of care and continuing chronic conditions.”
Morgan Jolley, MHA
Northern California Regional Director, Market Development & Regional Services
The ability to access and utilize patient information seamlessly across multiple healthcare entities is fundamental to providing safe and high quality care. HIEs have bridged the informational gap, which prior was a detriment to patient care.
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
"Healthcare should be more about the patient than the provider. While we as the healthcare provider, may own the software that runs our electronic health records, the data should be viewed as the patient’s. To that end, we need to improve as an industry in sharing that data as our patients seek care across the healthcare continuum. Health Information Exchanges will enable this and will be critical to our success in coordinating care in our communities."
Lyman Dennis, MBA, PhD
“Our vision is to furnish seamless health information to treating providers.”