eHealth Executives

​​eHealth Saskatchewan is led by a team of diverse leaders who come from a variety of backgrounds.

They bring many different skills and years of experience to the table, working with their teams to improve patient care and improve Saskatchewan's overall health care system.

CEO – Susan Antosh

As eHealth Saskatchewan’s CEO, Susan has led the organization in renewing their commitments, which focus on improving patient care through timely, electronic access to important clinical information. She orchestrated the creation of eHealth’s five-year strategic plan to deliver better, smarter and more timely health care to people across the province. During her tenure, eHealth Saskatchewan has worked with various health care partners to transform that vision into a rolling plan.

In 2015, the core components of a comprehensive provincial electronic health record (EHR) for Saskatchewan residents were completed. That achievement means health care providers with access to the eHR Viewer can now see their patients clinically relevant information diagnostic imaging results from anywhere in the province. Susan has been CEO since January 2012.

Susan has 20 years of management experience in the health sector. Prior to leading the eHealth team, she served as CEO of the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO). She also has significant experience in financial management and strategic financial planning, human resources and information technology in a complex public sector environment.

She and her husband operate a family farm outside of Regina.

VP – Culture Collaboration and Innovation Division – Denise Junek

As the Vice President of Culture Collaboration and Innovation Division, Denise is responsible for overseeing a number of programs and service areas that are related to the Electronic Health Record (EHR), which is a tool that allows health care professionals to access patient information electronically from anywhere in the province. Some of those programs and services include diagnostic imaging, pharmaceutical information program, health records, lab, eHR Viewer (Clinician Portal) and Telehealth.

Denise began her career in architecture and automation and then transferred those skills to the health care sector and the IT industry sector where she has held progressively senior leadership roles throughout the past 20 years.

​VP – Finance and Administration – Roseann Anderson

As the Vice President of Finance and Administration, Roseann is responsible for eHealth’s financial management, contract management and administrative functions. Roseann has been with eHealth since 2009, when the organization was formerly known as the Saskatchewan Health Information Network (SHIN).

She has 25 years of experience in progressively senior financial management roles within the health sector, including Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region and the Ministry of Health. Roseann received her Certified Management Accountant designation in 1996 and remains active with the Society of Management Accountants of Saskatchewan in roles such as Treasurer and member of the Investigative Committee.

​VP – Information Technology – Wilbour Craddock

As the Vice President of Information Technology, Wilbour oversees a diverse team of technical resources responsible for the delivery of secure and highly available electronic health records to patients and providers across Saskatchewan. He provides leadership in establishing architecture standards for the Ministry of Health and health sector stakeholders which support health sector priorities. Wilbour has been with eHealth since 2013.

Prior to joining eHealth, he worked at Microsoft where he served as a Principal Technology Strategist and Architect Evangelist based Ireland and Canada.

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​VP – Strategy and Risk Mangement – Shaylene Salazar

As the Vice President of Strategy, Quality and Risk Management, Shaylene oversees enterprise risk management (including privacy, security and patient safety), legal and policy, information governance, analytics, health registry services, and vital statistics. 

Shaylene brings several years of experience in senior roles in the provincial government.  She spent over a decade leading the planning, negotiation, implementation, and processing of insured health services at the Ministry of Health.  She also led and directed the analysis, development and implementation of various policies and programs.

​Director – Communications – Lisa Adam

Lisa is the Director of Communications. Her passion for providing an excellent customer experience drives her in her role to help promote innovative digital solutions for health care providers which empower patients by making their information available electronically. Another key component of her role includes communicating to citizens for Vital Statistics and Health Registries services. Lisa has been with eHealth since November 2014.

Lisa has 17 years of communications experience in government, non-profit and private sectors. She studied at the University of Regina majoring in English and later focused her studies on public relations. She recently completed her Graduate Certificate in Professional Communications Management from Royal Roads University. Lisa also has formal training with the International Association for Public Participation and has her Prosci change management certification.

Lisa is a past board member of the Canadian Public Relations Society and a long standing member of the International Association of Business Communicators.

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​​Director – Human Resources – Nick Langshaw​

As the Director of Human Resources (HR), Nick leads a team of dedicated HR professionals who develop and deliver innovative programs and services that are designed to support eHealth's Mission, Vision and Values. The HR team is focused on delivering excellent client experiences. They recognize that building and maintaining a healthy culture and work environment allows employees to devote their time to directly supporting patients and their health care teams across the province.

During his 30 years in government, Nick worked for the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board for almost nineteen years and with SaskPower for twelve years. For eighteen years, Nick has occupied a variety of Human Resource roles. He is a seasoned policy writer, expert facilitator, seasoned business process improvement practitioner and has led numerous transformation projects. He holds a Master of Arts in Leadership from Royal Roads University. His Bachelor studies were taken in Human Resource Development at the University of Regina. His professional certifications include: CHRP (Human Resources), CTDP (Training and Development) and Prosci™ Change Management.

Nick volunteers as a mentor and Board Member with Ignite Adult Learning Corporation helping disadvantaged first nations youth to complete their formal education. He is also the Chapter Chair for the Institute for Performance and Learning in Regina.  ​

Executive – eHealth Programs – Michelle Mula

As the executive responsible for eHealth Programs, Michelle Mula has overall strategic and operational responsibility for clinical service lines including Acute Care, Community Care, Primary Health Care, Continuity of Care, Medical Imaging and Integrated EHR. Included in these service lines, are the programs that contribute to the Provincial EHR, such as EHR Interoperability, Medical Imaging, Lab, Pharmacy & Drug, Public Health, Surgical, Hospital Information System, Clinical Encounters, EHR Provider Portal, Citizen Portal, and Telemedicine.

Michelle has extensive experience in the health sector at both the Regional Health Authority and Provincial level and has focused on Empowering patients and Enabling Care through implementing and supporting technology initiatives and innovation. Working closely with all stakeholders, Michelle is dedicated to bringing the voice of the customer to the table and is committed to aligning initiatives to support the strategic mission and vision of eHealth Saskatchewan.