Rachel Winokur is the co-founder and CEO of TailorCare, a risk-based care navigation and health management company that provides deeply personal, data-driven support and clinical access to patients living with joint, back, and muscle pain.
Prior to founding TailorCare, Rachel launched Bright Health Group, a value-based healthcare company committed to managing population risk. She served as Chief Business Officer of Bright before serving as the CEO of NeueHealth, the risk-based primary care delivery, provider enablement, and network management company she created within Bright. Rachel built her career in executive and leadership roles at Aetna, where she helped start the health plan’s population health management division, The Carlyle Group, as a healthcare investor, and at Datascope, a public medical device company she helped take private. Rachel has previously held positions at Bertelsmann and Goldman Sachs.
Rachel currently sits on the boards of Maven, Eleanor Health, ERC/Pathlight, and TailorCare, and is an advisor to Declaration Partners, Primetime Partners, and Valtruis. She holds an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with honors in both biomedical and electrical engineering from Duke University, where she was a National Science Foundation Fellow.