At HealthExpense, we are a family of people who are passionate about healthcare, technology, and transparency. We work everyday to make medical billing simpler. We would love to get to know you, and for you to get to know our team. This week, meet Brian Giunta.
Name and job title
Brian Giunta, Chief Client Officer
What were you up to before HealthExpense?
Consulting for startups after a long stint at Alegeus Technologies
What inspired you to join HealthExpense?
Exciting technology that simplifies the consumer experience
It is an industry ripe for innovation (and absolutely needs it).
What do you do at HealthExpense?
Lead our customer service teams and ensure client success with our solution
What’s excites you the most about working at HealthExpense?
A smart, driven team and an opportunity to drive a better, simpler consumer healthcare experience
RAPID FIRE QUESTIONS:
Coolest healthcare company and why?
HealthExpense, of course.
Coolest tech company and why?
Uber, because of its disruption to an old business model (taxi industry) with technology, and what it may portend for disruption in an industry like healthcare. Both industries have business models with a large percentage of underserved and unsatisfied customers.
Most interesting fun fact about yourself
I ran my first marathon in Honolulu, Hawaii, while I was still in college. For a weekend trip in December, it was a mere 5,000 miles away. I spent more time in transit with 2 layovers each way than in Hawaii itself. More challenging than the travel, was the 90 degree heat, which was a shocking change from the sub-freezing temperatures in Hanover, NH that I had been training in.
Pretty much anything that involves being outdoors, preferably with friends or famiy. But I don’t mind a walk in the woods alone from time to time.
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
― Winston S. Churchill
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.
Favorite way to relax
A day at a beach.
Name all of the places you have lived before
Various places in New England (Boston. New Hampshire & Italy).
Name all of the places you have traveled before
France, Italy, England, Wales, Dominican Republic, Canada, most of the 50 states (still a few more to go).
Thank you Brian for your great work and taking the time to stop by! We hope you have enjoyed getting to know a little bit about our family, and we are always happy to hear from yours!