Guy Mansueto

Vice President, Portfolio Marketing - Watson Health - ‎IBM

Guy Mansueto

Vice President, Portfolio Marketing - Watson Health - ‎IBM

Biography

Guy Mansueto is responsible for leading the development and implementation of go-to-market strategies and marketing. With 25 years in the healthcare industry, Guy brings expertise in developing, marketing and delivering emerging technology solutions for provider, payer and government markets. In this capacity, he leads efforts to accelerate new growth and facilitates development of new and existing businesses, markets and service models; drives brand value and partners to enhance innovation. Throughout his career, Guy has been associated with entrepreneurial companies seeking aggressive growth strategies.

Guy is on the Executive Committee of the Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC), a coalition of major employers, consumer groups, patient quality organizations, health plans, labor unions, hospitals, and physicians who have joined together to develop and advance the patient centered medical home. He is on the executive steering committee for the AMGF Measure Up/Pressure Down™ campaign, the advisory board for the University of Utah’s Institute of Healthcare Transformation, and is the past president of the North / Central Florida Chapter HIMSS association.

Guy holds a Masters of Management degree from North Park University Business School in Chicago and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Statistics from the Loyola University in Chicago. He is currently attending the USF College of Public Health pursuing a MPH and has achieved a graduate certificate in public health. He is fully certified within the Pragmatic Marketing Framework. He holds memberships in the Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals and the Digital Analytics Association.

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