Health Republic Insurance of New York, a not-for-profit organization and New York's only Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan (CO-OP), has announced four new members to its Board of Directors—Mary Jane Koren, MD, Luis Miranda, David Tucker Slingerland, MD, and Susan Stuard. CO-OPs are private, member-governed health insurance companies created across the country as part of the Affordable Care Act's effort to increase competition in the healthcare market.

"We are extremely pleased to add four very accomplished individuals to our board of directors," Debra Friedman, president and CEO of Health Republic, said in a prepared statement. "Each brings to the board a strong background in their respective field, which will serve to enhance and extend Health Republic's offerings to its members. We have a skilled and diverse board of 17 accomplished Directors, with a majority being Member Directors who are participants in the plan."

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