Electa Draper, The Denver Post

The state health insurance exchange introduced two new board members representing insurance carriers and brokers, and announced three reappointments Monday.

Marc Reece, senior director of state government affairs for Aetna’s Western Region, received his appointment from the Senate president. Jay Norris, a northern Colorado health insurance broker, was named by the House speaker. The two replaced outgoing board members Arnold Salazar and Dr. Mike Fallon, who had been the board’s most consistently vocal critic of exchange problems.

Three Connect for Health Colorado board members were reappointed to four-year terms: governor’s appointee Adela Flores-Brennan, executive director of the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative; House minority lead appointee Steve ErkenBrack, president and chief executive of Grand-Junction-based Rocky Mountain Health Plans; and, Senate minority leader appointee Nathan Wilkes, founder and principal consultant at Headstorms Inc., an IT consulting firm.

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