Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear appointed two replacement members to the state e-Health Network Board. William Bolt, 59, a primary-care practice administrator and chief operating officer for Primary Plus health center, will represent physician-practice managers. He replaces Bobby Dampier on the board, who resigned. Bolt has a masters and a bachelors degree from Morehead (Ky.) State University. Larry Mott, 54, information technology project leader for UPS Airlines, represents business of large-scale e-strategy and computer IT. He replaces Marsha Donegan, who also resigned. Mott holds a masters certificate in project management from George Washington University. Both will serve the remainder of the term ending Aug. 18, 2009, the governor says in a news release. The e-Health Network Board was established to create a statewide electronic health information network.
Bolt, William, M.D.
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