eHealth Executive Team

​​​​​​​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.


Interim CEO Kimberly Kratzig

Kimberly brings strong knowledge of the Saskatchewan health system, the public sector, and eHealth Saskatchewan to her role as eHealth CEO.

She joined eHealth from the Ministry of Social Services, where she was the Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance & Corporate Services. Prior to that, she spent the bulk of her career in the Ministry of Health in a number of leadership roles, most recently as Assistant Deputy Minister with responsibility for a diverse portfolio ranging from long term and community care to strategic partnerships. 

Kimberly has a Master's degree in Professional Communications and is a sessional lecturer at the University of Regina. 

She has also previously served as a member of the eHealth and Mental Health Commission of Canada board of directors.









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VP  Programs & Technology  Davin Church

As the Vice President of Programs and Technology for eHealth, Davin works closely with health system partners to plan, deliver, support, and optimize strategic initiatives and operational clinical systems that will improve health information sharing & patient care. He is also responsible and accountable for the Provincial Electronic Health Record (EHR). Davin and his team are always looking for new opportunities that will improve information access for providers and quality of care of care for patients.

During his five years at eHealth, Davin has managed community and primary health care, and integrated EHR programs. One of his biggest achievements was developing & leading the provincial EHR strategy, and delivery. Davin also led the development and implementation of the Chronic Disease Management Quality Improvement Program initiative, as well as multiple provincial system consolidation initiatives.

Before joining eHealth, Davin was the Program Lead for the Saskatchewan EMR Program with the Saskatchewan Medical Association, and worked in private sector IT in business development & relationship management.

VP Chief Financial Officer  Mark Borgares

As VP and CFO of eHealth, Mark is responsible for leading the Finance and Corporate Services teams, Data analytics and Modelling, Security, Procurement, Facilities and Legal Services teams.

Mark is a believer in co-operative values and embraces them personally. Through much of his career, he held executive positions within the co-operative and technology sectors.

He has served on various boards and committees, and most recently served on the University of Regina - Senate, SGI Canada and the Chartered Professional Accountants.

Mark has completed many various education and professional designations including Artificial Intelligence Program, Institute of Corporate Directors certification and Executive Development Program.

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VP ​ People & Performance  Laurie Hutchison

As the Vice President of People and Performance, Laurie is responsible for Human Resources; Employee Performance; Training and Organizational Development; Continuous Improvement, Change Management; Employee Engagement; Corporate Policies; Strategic Planning and Risk Management; Privacy and Patient Safety; Project Management; Vital Statistics; and Health Registries.

Laurie is an accomplished senior leader who is passionate and committed to business and organizational excellence. Her extensive experience leading the people agenda in both complex and high-growth organizations with local, provincial, national and international exposure, along with her work in the health care sector, positions her well for this diverse role.

Her professional experience spans across a wide range of industries, including health care, as the Director of Human Resources for Alberta Health Services, oil and energy, utilities, transportation, education, in both private and public sectors and also includes organizations undergoing transformational change.

Laurie has been involved in many professional boards in both Saskatchewan and Alberta and is currently Board Chair, International Services for the Rotary Club, Regina Eastview Chapter.  She has a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from the University of Regina, is CPHR certified (Certified Professional in Human Resources) and a graduate of the Oxford Executive Leadership Programme, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.