The MPL Association Appoints Three New Board Officers
Rockville, MD (February 12, 2021)—The Medical Professional Liability (MPL) Association, the leading international organization representing the MPL insurance community, has appointed Sue A. Crook, MD, Constellation/MMIC, Agustin Montalvo, SIMED, and Mark E. Reynolds, the Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions, Inc. (CRICO), to serve on the Association’s Board of Directors. The new appointments will fill three recently vacated positions.
Sue A. Crook, MD, FACR, is a partner in Midwest Radiology in Minnesota. She is also the chair of the Board of Directors of Constellation/MMIC. Dr. Crook is a Fellow of the American College of Radiology and a member of the Minnesota Radiological Society. She holds a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin and received her medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School. Between 2017 and 2019, Dr. Crook participated in the MPL Association Fellows Leadership Program.
Agustin L. Montalvo is president of SIMED, the leading provider of medical malpractice insurance for physicians in Puerto Rico. Prior to joining SIMED in 2015, Mr. Montalvo served as vice president of Property & Casualty at Aon Risk Solutions, and as senior vice president & COO at AIG Insurance Company in Puerto Rico. Mr. Montalvo attended the University of Central Florida, earning a B.S. in industrial engineering.
Mark E. Reynolds has been president and CEO of the Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions Inc. (CRICO) since 2012. The CRICO insurance program serves all of the Harvard medical institutions and its affiliates, providing coverage to 32 hospitals, 15,500 insured clinicians, more than 325 other healthcare organizations, and more than 135,000 other clinicians and employees. Mr. Reynolds has 30 years of experience in the healthcare and insurance industries. Prior to CRICO, he was CEO of Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, among the nation’s top 10 Medicaid health plans. Mr. Reynolds attended Swarthmore College and MIT.
“These distinguished leaders bring considerable knowledge and unique perspectives to the MPL Association,” said MPL Association Chair James Q. Swift, DDS. “We are fortunate to have them serve on the Association Board and look forward to their contributions as we work to advance the mission of the organization and its members.”
Each of the new Board members will serve on an interim basis until their nominations are presented to the Association membership in May 2021 for approval to serve three-year terms.