Healthcare Advisory Board
The Transact Capital Healthcare Advisory Board is comprised of prominent, successful, and career-driven medical professionals averaging decades of focused experience across both institutional and healthcare IT sectors. With insights and relationships throughout the healthcare continuum, Transact Capital can tailor every transaction to deliver creative solutions and maximize results.
Bryan T. Arkwright
Bryan T. Arkwright is a trusted advisor, thought leader, and researcher in the telehealth and digital health industry. In addition to his Transact Capital Advisory Board role, Bryan is the Co-Founder and Chief Research Officer of Cromford Health, Vice President of Innovation for SCP Health, Co-Founder of GINA Health, Adjunct Faculty at Wake Forest University School of Law, and on the Editorial Board for the peer-reviewed journal Telehealth and Medicine Today. Early in his career, Bryan led telehealth strategy and operations at Wake Forest Baptist Health / School of Medicine (NC), Mission Health (NC), and later began advising large hospitals and health systems regarding telehealth, regularly serving as interim executive leadership. Bryan has published over 25 different Telehealth and Digital Health focused articles, research papers, and book chapters and speaks nationally and internationally on the topics of telehealth and digital health innovation 5-8 times per year. Outside work, Bryan is raising three young boys under the age of six with his wife, participating in church activities, and occasionally enjoying a little golf.
Bryan has a Bachelor’s degree from Ohio University, a Master of Health Administration from Medical College of Virginia / VCU, and a Six Sigma Black Belt from the American Society for Quality.
Christopher M. Carney
Chris Carney has 35 years of leadership experience in healthcare administration. He most recently served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Diamond Healthcare Corporation and Chief Executive Officer of the Virginia Eye Institute. Prior to that, Mr. Carney served in a variety of leadership positions within the Bon Secours Health System for 24 years that culminated in his role as the President and CEO for 9 years. During that time, he was recognized with the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association’s Distinguished Service Award.
Since his retirement in 2016, he enjoys serving as a consultant and community volunteer. Over the years, Mr. Carney has been active on the Boards of Directors of many local healthcare organizations, including Curpron, Agility Healthcare Solutions, Advanced Orthopedics, the Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, Crossover Healthcare Ministry, and as Chair of the Westminster Canterbury Richmond Foundation. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Health Care Foundation.
Mr. Carney holds a Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA) and undergraduate degrees in business administration and psychology from St. Louis University.
Stephen Lindsey is a Principal at Ivy Ventures LLC, focusing on growth opportunities and business development. Before joining Ivy Ventures, Mr. Lindsey served as the CEO of HCA Henrico Doctors’ Hospital in Richmond, Virginia for many years. He has held the position of Chairman of Manorhouse Retirement Centers. Mr. Lindsey serves as an adjunct professor at the Health Administration Department at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he taught “Executive Skills,” and coordinated the residency program for several years. He writes and edits articles related to early career development and other areas of C-Suite interest. Prior to entering the healthcare field, he was an Infantry Officer in the US Army.
My. Lindsey earned a B.S. in Finance at Louisiana State University. He also holds a Masters in Health Administration from Georgia State University.
Mr. Lindsey lives in Richmond, Virginia with his wife. He has two children and three grandchildren. He serves on the board of the Bon Secours Foundation and is the Treasurer of CrossOver Ministries.
Dan Neuwirth leads Realize Health, a company that provides advisory services to early stage, innovative healthcare companies and healthcare provider organizations. Dan is recognized for starting and leading healthcare technology and services companies that make a difference in peoples’ lives. He is the Founder of Envera Health, a leader in patient engagement services focused on improving the experience of healthcare. He served as Chief Executive Officer of Envera since inception and is now a company advisor. Dan also serves as Board Director for Clareto, a data company he founded as a spin-off of Envera that connects life insurers with healthcare data.
Prior to founding Envera, he helped launch and grow medCPU, a clinical decision support company, now owned by Merck and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He co-founded and led Agility Healthcare Solutions, a pioneer in process improvement and real-time location technology for hospitals, which was acquired by GE Healthcare.
Dan has a passion for building companies and driving innovation, leveraging his varied startup and Fortune 50 senior executive experience, including GE, McKesson, and PepsiCo. At GE Healthcare, he was a General Manager focused on partnerships and acquisitions, At McKesson, he led all operations and a 2,600-person organization for its $3B medical-surgical business. At PepsiCo, he led supply chain operations and founded a stand-alone company that is currently owned by Berkshire Hathaway. He lives in Richmond, Virginia where he is active in fostering the startup community.
He currently serves on the boards of Impact Makers, a management consulting firm that donates 100% of net profits to community organizations and the VCU College of Engineering Foundation.
Dan is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a B.S. in Business and Economics and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business with an MBA.