Board of Directors

​The eHealth Board of Directors brings strength in performance and financial management, board governance, marketing and knowledge of the health sector.

The following individuals have recently been appointed to serve on eHealth's Board of Directors:​

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Tyler Bragg - Board Chair

Tyler Bragg is the current President and CEO of Pinnacle Financial Services. His health care-related experience includes being the Director of Finance of the former Rolling Hills Health District and the Chief Financial Officer of the former Cypress Health Region. Tyler also served as Board Chair of the former Cypress Health Region from 2008 to 2015. During his time as Chair, Tyler held many provincial positions including, Vice Chair of Governance Council and board member of Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO). Tyler also served as a member of both the Health Information Technology Steering committee and the Network Architecture and Security committee. He became eHealth's Board Chair in January 2018.


Dr. Milo Fink

Dr. Milo Fink is a practising physician, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. In the past, he served as President of the Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA) and sat on the board and several committees of the SMA. Dr. Fink has served on the eHealth Board since its inception. He was reappointed for another three-year term in January 2018.

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Bill Elliott

Bill Elliott, CPA-CMA, is President of Moose Jaw Physical Rehabilitation. His experience in health care also extends to being President of Hillcrest Health Centre, a multi-disciplinary clinic in Moose Jaw. Bill is a founding member and director of Commutron Industries, an electronics manufacturing company in Saskatchewan and is also CEO of Hillcrest Landing Developments. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Bill has completed 27 marathons, including Boston and New York. He joined eHealth's Board in January 2018.

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Brent Banda

Brent Banda, ICD.D, MBA, is the President of Banda Marketing Group responsible for providing strategic marketing, sales management, and proposal management advice to companies during periods of change. Typical situations include launching new products, entering new markets, or adjusting to an evolving competitive environment. He joined eHealth's Board in January 2018.

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Catherine Gryba

Catherine Gryba currently sits on the Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Board as Vice Chair, and is Chair of the Nutrien Wonderhub. She is the owner of CRG Strategies, a Saskatchewan-based company that advises on strategy, governance, communications and municipal government relations services. Catherine is also the former General Manager of Corporate Performance for the City of Saskatoon. She joined eHealth's Board in January 2018.

Anne Neufeld

Dr. Anne Neufeld is an educator, health leader, and entrepreneur. As an educator, she's worked as a graduate school lecturer and academic administrator at the University of Saskatchewan. Most recently, she served as Provost and Vice President, Academic, at Saskatchewan Polytechnic from 2014 to 2018. She's held leadership positions across the spectrum of health services and champions mental health awareness. As CFO and Vice President, Administration (interim), with the Saskatoon Health Region (2010-11), she provided oversight of a $1-billion operating budget. Anne has returned to the private sector as co-founder of Loot Fox Games Inc., a mobile and computer game development startup based in Saskatoon. She's enjoyed serving on multiple boards in health and education. A life-long learner, Anne holds an MHSc in health management (U of T), a PhD in health program evaluation (U of S), and is a CMA, CPA. She joined the eHealth Saskatchewan board in August 2019.  

Cory Furman

Cory Furman, Q.C., is an intellectual property and technology lawyer. Cory's legal background includes more than 20 years of counselling clients of all sizes and industries in the capture and monetization of intellectual property and related innovation strategy, along with being recognized in the field of multinational corporate brand and IP portfolio development. His background in technology-creation efforts enables him to help Boards ensure that they are governing with a view of maximizing value and stewardship of intangible intellectual assets. Having held various Crown, business and community board roles over the years, Cory has broad governance and leadership experience and is an experienced advocate on issues of interest to the IP and business community.