Meet the Staff

Dolores Green

Dolores Green

Executive Director

Dolores Green currently serves as the Executive Director of the Inland Empire Health Information Organization. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Manifest MedEx and IEHIO. Dolores received her BBA from California State University, San Bernardino and her MBA degree in Business/Finance from the University of Redlands.

Jana C. Arellano

Administrative Director

Jana is a healthcare professional with over 15 years experience in Radiation Oncology. She is a licensed radiation therapist and radiology technologist. Jana transitioned into healthcare leadership after completing her MBA in 2014. She managed a cancer center for five years, where she was also the administrator for the electronic medical records for more than seven locations. She was also the lead for the implementation and upgrade of several electronic medical records. Jana obtained her MS in Healthcare Informatics in 2019.

Danae Locatelli

Project Lead Trainer

Danae is the Project Lead Trainer for the Connect IE project. Danae has more than 15 years of managed care experience in HEDIS Measurement and Reporting with a major health insurance company. Danae has additional experience in training, supervising, and project management.

Sam Asiamah

Project Lead 

Sam is the Project Lead for the Connect IE project. She graduated with a B.S. in Health Sciences and a certification in Health Equity and Health Disparity. While earning her degree, Sam worked on campus under the College of Natural Sciences in academic advising and was involved in various student outreach initiatives. Sam interned in two separate programs at San Antonio Regional Hospital as a Health Coach and then as a Health Education Assistant before going on to work with Public Health’s Disease Control sector assisting with COVID response efforts and EMRs.

Marqus Allen

Project Leader 

Marqus is the Project Leader for the Care IE Project. He has over 15 years of healthcare operations experience in the areas of EHR Implementation, Quality Management, Performance Improvement, Patient Safety, Lean Six Sigma, and Project Management. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Community Health Education and Health Care Management from Clark Atlanta University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Cal State Northridge.

Lynette Beckedahl

Lead Trainer 

Lynette is the Lead Trainer for the Care IE Project. She is one of the Inland Empire’s leading experts in the outpatient healthcare setting with over 30 years of experience in multi-specialty medical groups, FQHCs, and outpatient surgery centers. Lynette was instrumental in reviewing many proposals for EMRs, which led to success in the selection and implementation of the EPIC computer software suite of applications. Lynette led Riverside Medical Clinic through a complex implementation process that achieved the meaningful use requirements shortly after the 90-day go live with EPIC. The goal of meaningful use criteria was embraced by the providers, with 70% meeting and attesting within 90 days and the vast remainder attesting within 120 days of going live with their new EPIC EMR. Ongoing alliance continued and transitioned to overall system-wide workflow enhancement with proven ongoing success with HCC and Quality Measure-focused education, workflows, and reporting as well as quickly implemented telehealth at the beginning of the COVID pandemic.  Lynette continues to improve her knowledge and the quality of care by being connected through education and resources such as NCQA, IHA, and CMS. During her leisure time, she likes to garden and enjoys glamping in the family RV and taking in the beauty of our Country and the National Parks.

Jamie M. Ferracioli

Administrative Assistant

Jamie provides administrative support for IEHIO. Jamie graduated from California Polytechnic University, Pomona in 2016 with a BA in English Language and Education.

Contact staff with your questions at info@iehio.org