New Mexico Health Information Collaborative names 2 leaders

The New Mexico Health Information Collaborative, which administers the statewide health information exchange network, appointed two members to leadership roles, according to the Albuquerque Journal. The New Mexico Department of Health recognizes NMHIC as its agent for electronic public health reporting.

The collaborative named Mark Butler director of information technology at LCF Research and NMHIC. LCF Research, a nonprofit, is the lead organization for the collaborative. It launched NMHIC in 2004. Mr. Butler is equipped with 39 years of healthcare and IT experience.

The collaborative selected Michelle Bowdich to serve as director of outreach and communications at LCF Research and NMHIC. She will focus on strategic outreach and engagement for stakeholders, including managed care organizations and hospitals, according to the report.

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