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.