President Emeritus and Co-Founder
Jonathan has 20 years' healthcare industry experience as both a Healthcare IT consultant and co-founder of CircleLink Health. He previously worked at Oracle and also was CIO of AIM, a B2B software company sold for a 20x return on invested capital. Jonathan developed his passion for using technology to address Healthcare while designing the Community Health Information Networks (CHINs).
CEO and Co-Founder
Raph brings 8 years of finance and technology experience to CircleLink Health, including 4 years in software-based trading and 3 years in investment banking at Lazard (20+ growth deals closed). He also is an avid skier and surfer.
Director of Care Operations
Gavril is passionate about bridging the gap between the laboratory and the doctor’s office. He recently received a Masters in Clinical Neuroscience from Kings College London after spending four years at Columbia as a Premedical student. You can see his published research on the correlation of subjective fatigue to Parkinson’s-related fatigue in the clinical journal Parkinsonism & Related Disorders.
Director of Client Services
Linda brings extensive client services experience to CircleLink Health, including 9 years at Willkie Farr as a corporate attorney and 7 years on the board of directors of non-profit Near & Far Aid. Linda enjoys hiking, biking, reading and watching high school sports.
Lead Software Developer
Michalis has a passion for building useful software that solves real world problems and is always excited to expand his skillset. He also plays bass.
Rohan is completing a Master of Science in Computer Science at Fairleigh Dickinson University and has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Honors at Fairleigh Dickinson. He was featured as distinguished member of graduating class (2014). When not coding, he can be found exploring local parks.
Josey founded and sold enterprise software firm AIM (where he met Jonathan) for a 20x return on invested capital. Previously, Josey led IRI's northeast business, growing sales from $3 million to $40 million in four years.
Dr. Schissel is chief of medicine at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital and a part-time instructor at Harvard Medical School. He is board certified in critical care medicine, internal medicine and pulmonary disease, has authored over 20 peer-reviewed publications and has been named to the annual list of the Best Doctors in America.
Dr. Taylor is the Medical Director and an Asst. Professor at Keck Medicine-USC. An internal medicine physician with a sub-specialty in geriatrics, he works with patients in the areas of wellness, hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, memory loss and falls. He is the recipient of the Dr. Marvis S. Thompson Award for Excellence in Geriatrics, and was named the 2008 Erickson/HRSA Fellow for Leadership, among other awards.
Jeffrey is an attending physician (Cardiology) at St. Vincent’s Medical Center and the former president of the American Heart Association’s southwest Connecticut chapter. He also served on St. Vincent’s medical executive committee from 2001 to 2006 and was an assistant clinical professor of medicine at Columbia University from 1998 to 2007. He has held the same title at UConn since 2007.
Dr. Pion is a clinical professor at UCLA Medical School and has been involved in interactive electronic programming for health care professionals and patients for 40+ years, including the pioneering of television- and radio-based patient education programs. He’s particularly focused on patient education, disease prevention and health promotion.