Senate Committee on Health Education Labor and Pensions
Daniel O’Neill is an executive in the digital health and health care technology industry. Most recently, he served as a senior vice president with Change Healthcare Inc. (CHC), managing a $350 million business unit focused on connecting hospitals, physicians, and other care providers with health plans to streamline care delivery and administration.
Prior to joining CHC, O’Neill was a vice president with a venture capital–backed firm providing a cloud-based electronic health record for physicians’ practices. O’Neill led the launch and growth of several products to facilitate care coordination and population health initiatives for primary care practitioners, accountable care organizations, hospitals, health plans, and other clinicians. In addition, he has worked on the development and commercialization of decision support tools to implement clinical pathways and avoid medical errors, and on predictive analytics using early versions of artificial intelligence. O’Neill also spent three years with The Boston Consulting Group, working in the United States and Brazil.
O’Neill completed his undergraduate study at Claremont McKenna College. He earned a master of arts from Johns Hopkins University and a master of science from the Stanford School of Engineering, where he focused on health care operations management and clinical informatics.
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