Interim VP – Culture, Collaboration & Innovation – Roxane Eberle
As Interim Vice President of the Culture, Collaboration and Innovation Division, Roxane is responsible for leading the people and organizational development of eHealth Saskatchewan. The teams in this division promoting collaboration and innovation are Human Resources, Continuous Improvement and Portfolio.
Roxane has worked for the Ministry of Health since July 1985 in many different roles. In 2011, she started with eHealth Saskatchewan and, since then, has held a number of leadership positions. She has been able to transition a lot of the skills she gained working in the health care sector to her roles at eHealth over the past six years.
Interim VP – Information Technology – Dean Marshall
As the Interim Vice President of Information Technology (IT), Dean Marshall provides leadership on the development and implementation of provincial IT/IM strategies. He also oversees eHealth's provincial network, server and security environment, application and data warehouse environment, service desk operations, overall risk management, disaster recovery and service continuity planning, as well as the delivery of secure electronic health records to providers across Saskatchewan.
Dean was involved with the Provincial IT consolidation as the Director of Network Services and Unified Communications. Before officially joining eHealth, he was Director of Clinical Engineering and Information Technology Services with the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.
Dean has helped lead and manage many different IT-related projects throughout his 26 years working in the Saskatchewan health care sector, including the formation of health districts and regions; transitioning technology units together; and the Y2K project for clinical technology readiness for Southern Saskatchewan. He was also a lead member of technology solutions and delivery during the start-up of the Provincial Electronic Health Record, Healthline, and Telehealth.