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Utah’s First Health Insurance CO-OP Receives Official Approval from State of Utah
Date:3/22/2013

Arches’ executive management team provides decades of experience to the health care field as providers, legal counsel and in management positions. Below is a summary of each member’s experience and expertise:

Linn Baker, Chief Executive Officer
Baker’s wealth of experience in health care includes 31 years as the executive director for the State of Utah’s Public Employees Health Program. He also served on the National Advisory Committee for the State Data Commissions and on the Executive Committee of the National Academy of State Health Policy, and on a number of state boards in the health care field.

Shaun Greene, Chief Operating Officer
Greene had his first professional experience with health care when he was responsible for the battalion aid station in Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, while serving as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army. A graduate of the United States Military Academy, Greene went on to earn an MBA from Harvard Business School. He later became vice president of operations at Extend Health. He has worked in three successful start-ups, including time as vice president of the Medicare Customer Care for eHealthInsurance where he built a green-field insurance operations center in Salt Lake City.

Nathan Johns, Chief Financial Officer
Johns began his career with Deloitte & Touche, LLP. He later worked as a financial analyst with IBM’s Storage Division where he was quickly promoted to a position as capital financial manager with the Server and Storage Group. In 2004, Johns joined HealthEquity as a controller. While there, Johns served as secretary to the board of directors and implemented operational controls surrounding custodial funds. In 2007, he was named CFO of MCC Control Systems. Most recently Johns was a partner at ProCore Practice Management, where he oversaw payroll, benefits and account management.

Doug Floore, Chief Information Officer
Floore has more than 25 years of experien
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