Board of Directors

Chaim Indig, Chief Executive Officer and Board Member

Since co-founding Phreesia in 2005, Chaim Indig has helped revolutionize the patient intake experience. Under his leadership, Phreesia has established a broad national footprint, developed strategic partnerships with some of the world’s largest healthcare companies, and earned accolades for its role in making healthcare more efficient and patient-centered.

Prior to founding Phreesia, he held key roles at Spotfire and OLAP@Work. Chaim is also a recognized business leader, trusted industry expert and sought-after speaker. He was a finalist for Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” Award and was featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review as a healthcare innovator.

Michael Weintraub, Chair

Michael serves as Founding Chair of Phreesia. He is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Ardan Equity, a healthcare enterprise software private equity firm. Previously, Michael was Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Optum Ventures. He was Co-Founder and CEO of Humedica, a pioneer and leader in the field of population health management and big data. Following Humedica’s acquisition by UnitedHealth Group (UHG), Michael broadened his role as President and CEO of Optum Analytics. Prior to launching Humedica, he was a Senior Managing Director at Leerink Partners (now SVB Leerink). Michael was CEO of PharMetrics, which was acquired by IMS Health (now IQVIA). He focuses on healthcare innovation as an Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard Business School, an Advisory Board member of the Innovation and Digital Health Accelerator at Boston Children’s Hospital, and is on the board of The College Diabetes Network (CDN). Michael received a BA in Economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Edward L. Cahill, Board Member

Ed is a partner at HLM Venture Partners. Previously, he was a founding partner of Cahill, Warnock & Co. (now Camden Partners) and a managing director at Alex. Brown & Sons, where he headed the firm’s healthcare group. During his leadership at Alex. Brown & Sons, the firm underwrote public offerings or provided merger advisory services for over 200 healthcare companies and several leading biopharmaceutical companies. Ed is a director at Masimo Corp. and a trustee of Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. and Mercy Health Services.

Lainie Goldstein, Board Member

Lainie is the Chief Financial Officer of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., a leading global interactive entertainment company, where she oversees finance, investor relations and corporate communications. Lainie is a CPA with more than 30 years of financial and business experience in the software, entertainment, retail and apparel industries.

Gillian Munson, Board Member

Gillian is the Chief Financial Officer at Vimeo, the world’s leading all-in-one video software solution. She previously served as CFO at Iora Health and as a partner at Union Square Ventures, a venture capital firm based in New York City, and has more than 25 years of corporate experience in the financial and technology industries. She also spent seven years as Chief Financial Officer for XO Group, Inc., an online media and technology company, which she and her team sold in 2018. Previously, Gillian served as Managing Director at Allen & Company and Executive Director of Equity Research at Morgan Stanley. She also serves on the boards of Sweet Briar College and the St. Regis Foundation.

Mark Smith, M.D., Board Member

Mark is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco and Visiting Professor at the School of Public Health at the University of California at Berkeley. He co-chairs the Guiding Committee of the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network. A nationally recognized leader in healthcare improvement and health policy, Mark was the founding president and former CEO of the California HealthCare Foundation, a philanthropic organization focused on improving the health of Californians, which he led from 1996 to 2013. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 2001.

Ramin Sayar, Board Member

Ramin is the CEO of Sumo Logic, the pioneer in continuous intelligence. He joined Sumo Logic from VMware, where he helped build the industry’s leading private cloud management products. During his nearly five-year tenure, the Cloud Management Business Unit became the fastest growing business within the company, with nearly $1 billion in revenue. He also held executive roles at leading enterprises including HP Software, Mercury Software and TIBCO. He serves on the technology and executive boards of various startup companies.