Management Team

Michael CunnionChief Executive OfficerExpand

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As CEO, Michael is responsible for Remedy Health Media’s strategic vision and growth, including overseeing its operations and establishing a culture of productivity and collaboration. Since joining the company in 2008, Michael has led the content and digital expansion of Remedy’s business through a mix of organic activities and acquisitions, including the integration of the University Health Publishing business and the acquisition of HealthCommunities, Intelecare Compliance Solutions and the Health Central Network. Remedy now reaches more than 150 million health-minded consumers each year with its proprietary content at the point of care, online and on mobile devices.

Previously, Michael was President of HealthTalk, a leading online content provider for chronically ill patients and caregivers. Having authored key strategic changes to the organization’s business model, Michael and the team successfully sold HealthTalk to Revolution Health in December of 2007. Following the acquisition, Michael became Revolution’s Chief Revenue Officer, overseeing revenue and sales strategy until the merger of Revolution Health and Everyday Health in 2008. Prior to his roles at Revolution and HealthTalk, Michael led consumer sales strategy at WebMD Health.

Michael currently lives in Greenwich, CT, with his wife and three children.

Jim CurtisChief Revenue OfficerExpand

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As CRO, Jim is responsible for Sales, Business Development and Marketing strategy and execution across all of Remedy Health Media’s Digital, Print and Mobile product lines.

With a strong background in interactive health information and tools, Jim will focus on driving digital growth for the company while creating advertising solutions that leverage Remedy’s strong multi-platform media solutions.

Most recently, Jim served as Vice President of Sales at Everyday Health where he was successful in developing an early stage sales team into a market-leading organization focused on customized, cross platform, patient education solutions. While at Everyday Health, Jim also held roles of General Manager, CarePages.com; Publisher of WhatToExpect.com, the online complement to the New York Times best seller,  What To Expect When You’re Expecting
and VP, Sales and Strategy for EH Mobile.

Jim began his career trading health technology options on the American Stock Exchange in New York and eventually went to work for a company he traded, OnHealth.com. At OnHealth.com, he assisted in the advertising sales and business development activities that lead to its acquisition by WebMD Health. Having been retained by WebMD Health after the acquisition, Jim served as Director of Strategic Partnerships.

Jim is a graduate of the Whittemore School of Business at the University of New Hampshire.

Rebecca FarwellChief Content OfficerExpand

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Rebecca Farwell is Chief Content Officer for Remedy Health Media,  directing its range of print and digital consumer health properties,  including the UC Berkeley Wellness properties, Johns Hopkins properties,  HealthCentral.com and other digital destinations. Rebecca is in charge  of implementing the vision and voice for all Remedy Health Media  products that are dedicated to enriching consumer’s lives through better  health.

In the 20+ years prior to joining Remedy Health, Rebecca provided  leadership, management and strategic direction to traditional and new  media companies, building or revamping online and publishing enterprises  for The Discovery Channel, OnHealth.com, Oxygen Media, HealthTalk,  Revolution Health, and Grist Magazine.

Terence FinnChief Technology OfficerExpand

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As Chief Technology Officer, Terence Finn is responsible for engineering and information technology at Remedy Health Media. With a deep background in technology and strategy, Terence will lead technology innovation with the goal of both driving Remedy’s growth and improving healthcare outcomes for the 150 million health-minded consumers that are impacted by Remedy’s products each year.

Most recently, Terence was Director of IT Strategy at GE Asset Management. Prior to that position, his more than 12 year tenure at GE included leadership of application development, program management, governance, and shared services.

Terence’s prior positions include roles with Sony Electronics, IBM, Verizon and Kraft. He graduated from Pace University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and currently serves on the advisory board for Pace’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science.

David LeeExecutive Vice President, SubscriptionExpand

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As Executive Vice President of Publishing, David is responsible for strategy and operations for Remedy Health Media’s print publications, including subscription/direct marketing, circulation and fulfillment, production and distribution, database, planning, and product development and rejuvenation.

David brings an extensive base of profitable print and interactive health publishing experience, and a substantial background in successful multi-channel, multi-product, multi-media consumer marketing experience to Remedy Health Media. He is coordinating the architecture for our corporate customer databases, and working to develop a customer centric view of the emerging changes in patterns of media consumption.

David most recently was founding CEO/Publisher for Tufts Media LLC, publishers of the Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter and other health titles. David was Vice President/Corporate Marketing for F&W Publishing and guided strategy for 22 profit centers including special interest magazines, SIPs, books, book clubs and distance education. He served as Senior Vice President for the Magazine Publishers of America, with special expertise in consumer marketing, distribution, legal affairs, and international publishing. David also increased consumer marketing profits with CBS Magazines, Readers Digest and American Broadcasting Companies publishing division.

David holds an AB with honors from Princeton University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.