Board of Directors

eHealth Saskatchewan is a Treasury Board Crown Corporation governed by a Board of Directors, which is appointed by Saskatchewan’s Minister of Health.

Gerald Fiske – Chair

Gerald Fiske was appointed to the eHealth Board in March 2013 for a three-year term. He has a rich history of experience in the Information Technology world, previously serving as Chief Information and Services Officer in the Information Technology Office.
David Fan

David Fan is President and CEO of the Prairie North Health Region. He brings the valuable perspective and input from the Regional Health Authorities. He has served on the eHealth Board for several years.
​Dr. Milo Fink

Dr. Fink has served several years on the Board of eHealth and was reappointed for a three-year term in March 2013. Dr. Fink is a Regina Physiatrist. Through his rehabilitation practise, he discovered an interest in the use of computers in medicine and has been a valuable contributor to the eHealth Board.
​Scott Livingstone

Scott Livingstone is CEO of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency and has previously served as CEO of eHealth Saskatchewan. He also had several years with the Ministry of Health as Executive Director of the Health Information Solutions Branch which became the Treasury Board Crown Corporation, eHealth Saskatchewan. Mr. Livingstone has been on the board since those formative days.
Duane Mombourquette

Duane Mombourquette has served on the eHealth Board for several years and was reappointed for a three-year term in March 2013. Mr. Mombourquette is Executive Director of Partnerships and Workforce Planning at the Ministry of Health.
Kimberly Kratzig

Kimberly Kratzig is an Assistant Deputy Minister of Health with responsibility for seniors issues, mental health and addictions, and the population and public health portfolios. She was appointed to the eHealth Board in December 2014. Kimberly is also a sessional lecturer at the University of Regina.​
Marian Zerr

Marian Zerr is a Senior Director in Meyers Norris Penny (MNP) Public Sector Services practice. Prior to joining MNP, she served as the Deputy Minister of Social Services and as the Associate Deputy Minister of Executive Council, Government of Saskatchewan. Marian also served in the federal public service for more than 30 years in a variety of capacities, which included significant work with First Nations. She was appointed to the eHealth Board in December 2014.