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GetWellNetwork taps Scott Filion, former GM of EMC Healthcare, as President

GetWellNetwork, a leader in interactive patient care (IPC) solutions, announced today that Scott Filion will become the company’s first president. In this role, he will lead GetWellNetwork’s integrated sales and service delivery organization, accelerating the company’s expansion into enterprise health systems and enabling the company’s clients to optimize the patient experience and manage the health of their populations across the care continuum.

Filion is a respected health care leader with a history of delivering enterprise solutions to large health systems, building world-class sales and service teams, and developing global partnerships.

“Scott is known for creating and delivering innovative solutions for today’s most pressing health care challenges,” said Russell Branzell, FCHIME, CHCIO, president and CEO of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME). “He is a trusted leader and friend to the CIOs and health care IT leaders across the industry. He will add tremendous value to Michael, the GetWellNetwork team and the customers they serve.” 

For nearly a decade, Filion served as general manager of EMC Healthcare, a global leader in cloud computing and big data. During his tenure, he grew EMC to the number one market position, drove revenue from $30M to more than $1.0B and delivered consistent performance and growth for 37 quarters. Filion also held executive roles at GE Healthcare Information Technologies and GE Medical systems, including enterprise sales director and area vice president, and GM/operations manager, West.

“Scott has a consistent record of delivering for clients, building great teams and seizing critical moments in health care,” said Michael O’Neil, Founder and CEO of GetWellNetwork. “This is our time, and Scott’s unique talents and expertise will position GetWellNetwork to deliver on our commitment to drive outcomes and patient loyalty for the largest and most sophisticated enterprise systems. We are simply thrilled to have him join us.”