Onlife Health, a GuideWell company bringing end-to-end simplicity to population health and wellness, today announced that Kevin Jett has been appointed Chief Operating Officer (COO), a new position within the organization.
Effective immediately, Jett will assume responsibility for day-to-day operations throughout Onlife, including software development, technology services, health coaching, business operations, and member and engagement services for the 14.3 million members in 14 states that the company currently serves.
Jett, who previously served as Onlife's Chief Technology Officer, will continue to report to Mark McConnell, CEO of GuideWell Venture Group and Onlife Health.
"Given the tremendous growth that Onlife has achieved in recent years, it became evident that we needed a strong COO, someone charged with the responsibility of ensuring operational excellence in every sector as we scale and grow our business," McConnell said. "During his six years at Onlife Health, Kevin has been a key part of our growth and success, not only serving as a strategic thinker and thoughtful leader but also helping us fulfill our serious commitment to create and support a true people-first culture. I look forward to working with Kevin and the rest of the executive team to continue driving strong growth and outcomes for our clients and the members we serve."
Prior to joining Onlife in 2015, Jett was co-founder and chief technology officer of Callibrain, an employee engagement and social collaboration platform. He has also held leadership and engineering roles at Juris (now LexisNexis) and PureSafety (now Underwriters Laboratories).
"I'm honored to receive this recognition from my colleagues and deeply grateful for this opportunity," Jett said. "I strongly believe that Onlife's integrated approach to consumer engagement has never been more compelling and essential for organizations who want to cultivate a deeper relationship with their members and employees across the entire health and well-being experience. It's an exciting time to work here."