February 13, 2020
UHIN, INC. NAMES BRIAN CHIN AS NEW PRESIDENT AND CEO
SALT LAKE CITY, UT, February 13, 2020 — The Utah Health Information Network (UHIN) board of directors has appointed Brian Chin as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. He will assume the strategic and day-to-day leadership of the company and will also join UHIN’s Board of Directors.
Brian succeeds UHIN’s former President and CEO, Teresa Rivera, who announced her desire to step down last Fall .
“After completing a full and thorough selection process, the Board and I believe that Brian is the right person to lead UHIN forward. His strong command of our organization and our current business, and his clear vision for the future of UHIN and its role in our community, make him an ideal CEO,” said Marc Bennett, Chairman of the UHIN Board. “We are excited to work with Brian to continue building that future.”
Brian has served UHIN for nearly ten years, most recently as Interim CEO. He has been the company’s Chief Financial Officer for the past seven years.
“I am honored and excited to move UHIN forward and thank the Board for their support,” said Brian. “As we move forward together, our focus is the future of our company, its stakeholders, and healthcare transformation in our communities. I care about our community, our people, and our mission. I care about making a difference.”
Brian steps into his new role effective immediately. Maria Johnson, formerly UHIN’s Director of Finance, has been appointed to succeed Brian as CFO.
About UHIN: UHIN is a nonprofit company that connects healthcare providers, payers, state government and other stakeholders in order to reduce healthcare costs and improve quality and access for the community. We enable providers, payers and patients to exchange important information electronically. UHIN focuses on creating solutions that work for the entire healthcare community, from single-provider practices to large integrated healthcare systems. For more information, visit www.uhin.org.