Together our management team shares a common vision that guides the Trillium's unwavering focus to collaborate with our
through medical management programs dedicated to improving the delivery of high-quality care for our members, our providers and
Terry Coplin, Chief Executive Officer
Terry Coplin's experience includes serving as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Agate health care, Inc., a holding company for Trillium Community Health Plan. Mr. Coplin supervises and coordinates all company operations, and together with other members of the management team, directs and coordinates all planning, administrative and financial functions. Mr. Coplin has more than 15 years of experience in financial and administrative management of medical groups as well as health plan design and development. He holds degrees in mathematics and medical technology, as well as a master's degree in business from Gonzaga University.
David L. Cole, Chief Financial Officer
David Cole has served as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Agate health care, Inc., a holding company for Trillium Community Health Plan since 1997. Mr. Cole received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Oregon. In 1994 Mr. Cole received his Certified Public Account license and became a member of the Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants. Mr. Cole brings over 12 years experience in the health care field to Lipa and Agate. In his capacity as CFO he has been involved with company development, monitoring and preparing financial reports, as well as negotiating the terms of health care contracts. Mr. Cole currently serves on the Board and is the Treasurer for HIV Alliance of Lane County.
John E. Sattenspiel, M.D. Chief Medical Officer
Dr. John Sattenspiel joined the Trillium team in 2006 after 24 years of private practice family medicine. Since 1982, Dr. Sattenspiel has been a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), and in 2002 was elected by its Congress of Delegates to serve a three-year term on the Board of Directors. He served as Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), and received the 2001 Master Teacher Award and the 2002 Alumni Association Meritorious Achievement Award from the Department of Family Medicine. A board certified family physician, Dr. Sattenspiel received his bachelor's and medical degrees from the University of Arizona. He completed his family medicine residency at OHSU in Portland Oregon.
Shannon Conley, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)
Shannon Conley brings 15 years of health care experience to Trillium Community Health Plan and exceptional knowledge centered on Medicaid and Medicare programs. Ms. Conley participated in the successful launch of a new Medicare program in 2007 and the oversight of the Operations Department for the Medicaid program. Shannon thrives on innovation, the development of business strategies and is experienced in building work teams that enhance long term business goals. Ms. Conley is also responsible for the management of the Marketing Department, marketing activities and she is an expert in the development of policies, procedures and processes in accordance with regulatory agencies. Ms. Conley volunteers extensively in the community and works with the North Eugene Dance Team in a fundraising capacity and serves on the Medical Access Program Committee, Senior Companions and Successful Aging Institute Council, and Aging & Disability Resource Center Advisory Council.
Patrice Korjenek, Chief Operations Officer
Patrice Korjenek is the Chief Operations Officer for Agate health care and its family of companies. She has led and consulted on health plan performance for many organizations locally and around the world for more than 15 years. Patrice is passionate about creating information that is used to make the delivery and financing of health care more efficient and effective, especially to our community's most vulnerable members. She is a senior health economist, earning her Ph.D. from the University of Oregon and completing a NIH postdoctoral fellowship at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She serves on the Institutional Review Board for Peace Health Southwest Medical Center examining the regulatory, ethical, and policy concerns of human subjects research. She writes and speaks to community groups about advocating for themselves in the health care system, Medicare, and other senior health topics.