GetWellNetwork is led by a dynamic group of individuals, each bringing their expertise to build on our strategic vision. Meet our executive leadership team:
Michael O'Neil, Jr.
Founder & CEO
Michael O’Neil was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at the age of 28. After four cycles of chemotherapy, he started GetWellNetwork® to help hospitals improve performance and outcomes through patient engagement.
Today, GetWellNetwork is working with over 300 health care organizations incorporating its Interactive Patient Care™ model across the continuum of care. The company has been named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ and Inc. 5000 lists as one of America’s fastest growing private companies. Michael was also named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® for 2016 in the health category for the Mid-Atlantic region.
Michael is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and Mindshare, a group of high-tech CEOs fostering entrepreneurship and growth throughout the nation’s capital. Michael also serves on the board of directors of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and The DAISY Foundation, a global organization dedicated to honoring nurses.
Michael holds a B.A. with honors from the University of Notre Dame and a J.D./MBA from Georgetown University. He lives in Chevy Chase, Md., with his wife, Wendy, and two daughters.
As GetWellNetwork’s first president, Scott Filion directs the company’s integrated sales and client service organizations, business development efforts into enterprise health systems, and day-to-day operations. He also helps the Interactive Patient Care (IPC) client community optimize the patient experience and manage the health of their populations across the continuum of care.
Before joining GetWellNetwork, Scott spent 12 years at GE with the majority of his time in various leadership roles at GE Healthcare. He was also the first general manager of EMC Healthcare where he built and led a market-leading $1B health care IT business. The EMC Healthcare team became highly respected for providing dynamic data solutions, strategic partnerships and world-class client service and support to the largest health care systems in the world.
Scott graduated with distinction from Clarkson University in New York with a BA in Engineering and Management. He lives in Boulder, Colo., with his wife, Raili, and three children.
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer
Bill Roselli serves as GetWellNetwork’s senior vice president, chief financial officer and chief operating officer. He brings more than 25 years of experience in financial management in the technology industry to the team.
Prior to GetWellNetwork, Bill served as CFO for five years at MRI Software. Previously, he held positions of increasing responsibility in finance and operations at Oracle Corporation.
Bill holds an MBA from Villanova University and a B.A. in Economics from Rutgers University.
Carrie Ivers Reeuwijk
Chief Strategy Officer
Carrie Ivers Reeuwijk serves as GetWellNetwork’s senior vice president and chief strategy officer. In this role, she directs the company’s corporate development, product strategy and marketing efforts. Her team drives the management and positioning of GetWellNetwork’s cross-continuum solutions.
Carrie joined GetWellNetwork after 12 years at the Advisory Board Company where she held positions of increasing responsibility in strategy, product development and sales. Previously, she was principal and owner of LineChard Capital, a proprietary trading and private equity fund based in Austin, and general partner of Sigvion Capital, an early-stage biotech venture fund based in Chicago.
Carrie holds an MBA with Honors (Beta Gamma Sigma) from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, and a B.A. in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University.
Dr. Karen Drenkard
Chief Clinical and Nursing Officer
Karen Drenkard, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, brings her nationally recognized nursing experience to GetWellNetwork as senior vice president, chief clinical and nursing officer. In this role, Karen leads the development of a nursing model designed to enhance the patient experience through clinical practices and technology solutions in any care setting. She adds a critical nursing view of IPC to the benefit of patients, clinicians and health care administrators.
Karen was most recently executive director of the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and former director of the Magnet Recognition Program®, the internationally recognized benchmark for nursing excellence. As a previous chief nurse of a large health system, her current position as chief clinical/nursing officer for GetWellNetwork effectively blends her nursing experience, research interest in human caring models, and expertise in Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN).
Karen received her Ph.D. in nursing administration from George Mason University, her master of science in nursing from Marymount University, and her B.S. in nursing from Russell Sage College. She was a 2003 Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow and a Wharton Nurse Executive Fellow. In addition to her ANCC certification as a Nurse Executive, Advanced (NEA-BC), Karen is also certified as a Certified Healthcare Quality Professional (CPHQ).
Sharon S. Kaufman
Chief People Officer
Sharon joined GetWellNetwork in February 2013. In the role of senior vice president, chief people officer, Sharon’s focus is on building the human capital strategy for sustainable growth and providing strategic consulting throughout the organization, including talent management, recruiting, organization and professional development, change management, and compensation.
Sharon brings more than 20 years’ experience in the human resources field as a change-agent in leadership roles across multiple industries in both entrepreneurial settings and for iconic brands. Her corporate experience includes roles leading HR for Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin Robbins U.S. operational businesses, director of HR at Tiffany & Co. with responsibility for all U.S. retail and sales channels, vice president of HR at Citibank, and GE Capital’s RFS human resource training program. On the entrepreneurial side, she was the 39th employee at D.E. Shaw & Co. where she helped build the talent acquisition function and implemented the first human resource structures. More recently, she held the role of head of human resources at OPOWER where she originated and built the function from the ground up, including the development of unique employee engagement and performance systems aligning culture, mission, and employee development.
Sharon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, with honors, Magna Cum Laude from Brown University.
Chief Technology Officer
As senior vice president and chief technology officer, Robin leads the teams responsible for product architecture, product development and research and development. Over his 15-year tenure with GetWellNetwork, he has brought the solution from prototype to production and created scalable and integrated systems deployed in leading health care organizations. Robin continues to focus on the growth of GetWellNetwork's solutions and their expansion across the care continuum.
Robin's experience includes bringing automation and process management technology to several government agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services; providing technical differentiation by spearheading the development of a genetic HLA typing database to facilitate matching donor and recipient tissue samples; creating document imaging and indexing software for grant preparation and submission; and establishing system applications and process design for the Center for Mental Health Services.
Prior to joining GetWellNetwork, Robin served as vice president of Engineering at iXL Inc./Scient, a software consulting firm, where he led a team of more than 50 engineers to provide professional services to a number of Fortune 500 companies, including Monsanto, DuPont and GE.