Xsolis Welcomes Rachel Vincion as Chief Financial Officer

Xsolis Press Releases

New executive leader brings decades of experience to the AI health tech company

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 4, 2023 Xsolis, the artificial intelligence (AI) technology company creating a more efficient healthcare system, today announced Rachel Vincion as the company’s chief financial officer. 

“We are thrilled to have Rachel join our team as a key leader at Xsolis and part of our company’s continued growth,” said Joan Butters, CEO and co-founder of Xsolis. “Her deep experience in health tech will play an important role as we continue to develop industry-leading solutions that accelerate data-driven decision-making in healthcare.”

Vincion leads Xsolis’ finance and people management teams, partnering with senior leadership to drive the long-term objectives of the company. With 25 years of experience bringing transformational change to startups and healthcare technology companies, she will support the continued development of sustainable financial and people processes to align with Xsolis’ strategic growth and enterprise values.

In the past decade, Vincion has assisted organizations in achieving long-term expansion among their customer base and workforce. Prior to Xsolis, she was chief financial officer at iN2L, the leading provider of engaging and empowering content to residents of over 3,700 eldercare centers. She also served as vice president of finance and people at PlayMaker (aquired by Trella Health) and Qualifacts Systems, Inc., helping both health and business data organizations achieve company value and profitability through divestiture and increased market share. Prior to holding these positions, Vincion began her career in public accounting and has a bachelor’s degree from Saint Mary’s College of California.

“It’s an exciting time to be in healthcare and to join Xsolis, a market leader in artificial intelligence-driven insights and automation – both of which are increasingly important to transition our industry to the next era of digital health,” said Vincion. “I’m looking forward to applying my experience at Xsolis, as it scales to meet the growing market demand for more operational efficiency and improved provider-payer dynamics in healthcare.”

For more information about Xsolis, please visit: https://www.xsolis.com/.