Carl Witonsky has over 35 years of health care operational and venture capital experience. Prior to joining Falcon, Carl was the Managing Director of The Flying W Fund, a satellite group of St. Paul Venture Capital, where he focused on investments in healthcare information technology. Carl served as Chairman of the Board of Sentillion, Inc, prior to its sale to Microsoft, Integrated Medical Management prior to its sale to Advanced Health, CEO of MediCode prior to its sale to United Healthcare, Chairman of the Board of Pace Health Management prior to its acquisition by 3M, CEO and Chairman of the Board of GMIS, the leading provider of fraud and abuse software for the health care payor industry (now McKesson/HBOC), prior to and during its initial public offering and a board director of Healthland and iSirona, both HIT companies, prior to their sale to CPSI and Nant Health, respectively.
Carl started in the health care sector with Shared Medical Systems (now Cerner) where he was the Senior Vice President of Development and Operations. In addition, Carl was an Advisory Systems Engineer and Marketing Manager at IBM. Carl spent 5 years as the healthcare advisor to the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School’s Small Business Development Center. Carl is currently a director of Claros Analytics, an actuarial based software development focused firm on providing real time tools for developing and simulating healthcare insurance plan options, costs and risks.
Carl is a graduate of Albright College with a BS degree in Math and Physics as well as a graduate of IBM’s Systems Research Institute.