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Gene P. Guselli, MBA

President and CEO

Gene Guselli, BostonSight President and CEO

Gene P. Guselli
President and CEO

Gene Guselli joined BostonSight as President and CEO in April 2016. Gene is a strategic and entrepreneurial leader with more than 30 years of experience pioneering innovations in the healthcare industry. 

Gene was co-Founder, President, and CEO of InfoMedics, Inc., a pharmaceutical company service provider of the leading global Software as a Service (SaaS) platform for the collection and analysis of patient generated health data used by clinicians to remotely manage patients. He orchestrated the sale of InfoMedics to Physicians Interactive, a digital healthcare marketing company owned by Merck. Gene became the President of Global Medical and Analytic Services for Physicians Interactive.

As co-Founder and CEO of Private Healthcare Systems, Inc., a privately held consortium of commercial healthcare insurance companies, Gene led the organization to become the largest National Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) in the US with five million members.

Gene served as Vice President for Global Health Strategy for Mobiquity, Inc., a leading global healthcare digital/mobile professional services company. He has also held Director positions at Boston Medical Center and New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation.

Additionally, Gene has worked as a Strategic Independent Consultant to multiple global life sciences, consumer health, and payer/provider clients, including: Partners Healthcare, the Center for Connected Health (CCH), Indegene Healthcare, TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Habitworks, Inc., IHopeNetworks, Zampeer, Inc., Cambridge Sound Management, and Stallergenes Pharmaceutical Company.

Gene earned both his BS in Criminal Law, and his MBA, from Northeastern University. 

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