Saiz to Continue Leadership of the New Mexico Coaltion for Healthcare Value Board of Directors

Albuquerque, NM -- Mark Saiz will continue to serve as chair of the New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Value (NMCHCV) board of directors for the 2016 -2017 term. Saiz is the insurance and benefits manager for the City of Albuquerque and a founding member of the employer-led, multi-stakeholder, nonprofit group. 

Vice chair of the coalition is Mary Romero Hart, senior manager of Total Rewards for Sandia National Laboratories, which is operated for the U.S. Department of Energy by Sandia Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation. Mark Tyndall, executive director of the New Mexico Retiree Health Care Authority is the new secretary/treasurer.

In addition to Saiz, the board includes the following members: Vera Dallas, director of benefits, Albuquerque Public Schools; Steve Hansen, CEO, Presbyterian Medical Services; Laurie Monfiletto, vice president Human Resources, PNM Resources; Brandon Fryar, president,  Presbyterian Health Plan; Dr. Kiko Torres, CMO, New Mexico Health Connections, Margy Wienbar, executive director, HealthInsight New Mexico; Ernestine Chavez, executive director, New Mexico Public School Insurance Authority, NMPSIA.

The New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Value provides a neutral forum where those who pay for care and provide care, can work on improving health and maximizing the value of healthcare by focusing on quality, transparency, and cost.  The goal is to improve the overall value for all the stakeholders in New Mexico, ultimately allowing for residents of New Mexico to make better informed decisions when choosing their health care coverage and providers based on the health care value proposition of good quality at the right cost. 


The offices of New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Value are at 5801 Osuna NE, Suite 200.  Anyone interested in learning more, is encouraged to visit the website at www.

The New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Value -- Better Care, Smarter Spending and Healthier People.