Justin Sunshine, MBA

Justin Sunshine is a Managing Director at General Atlantic and focuses on the firm’s Healthcare sector. Before joining General Atlantic in 2019, Justin was a Managing Director at The Blackstone Group where he focused on investments across the healthcare industry and worked in both the New York and London offices. He began his career at Accenture as a Consultant in the firm’s Strategy Practice.

Current Board Affiliations

ACES, Board Member
CareMetx, Board Member
Equality Health, Board Member
OneOncology, Board Member
PT Solutions, Board Member
Alternate Solutions Health Network, Board Member

Historical Board Affiliations

Apria Healthcare, Board Member
Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Board Member Change Healthcare, Board Member
TeamHealth, Board Member


McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, B.A., Finance The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, M.B.A

Community Involvement

Urban Arts Partnership, Board Member
Partnership Fund for New York, Healthcare Advisory Board Alzheimer’s Drug Development Foundation, Business Review Board

Bio posted January 2022

      Ryan Schuler

      Ryan Schuler, Senior Managing Director, Ascension Ventures (AV).  Since joining AV in 2002, Ryan has led AV’s investments in Aethon, Bind, Comprehensive Pharmacy Services, Haven Behavioral, Help at Home, Impulse Monitoring, Mindpath Health, NaviHealth, SeQual Technologies, Sevita, Solstas Lab Partners, SterilMed and The Ob Hospitalist Group.   Previously, Ryan worked at A.G. Edwards in the mergers and acquisitions investment banking group and PricewaterhouseCoopers in the transaction support and audit practices.  Ryan earned his MBA from Washington University and his BS from Christian Brothers University.

      AV has invested in over 80 services, software, and medical device / diagnostic companies that help health systems on their transformation journeys. AV is a stage-agnostic investor seeking companies that meet the high priority needs of its health system partners and their patients. AV brings the voice of the customer to its portfolio companies and advises their management teams on product, sales, marketing and financing strategies.  AV measures success by financial returns to its partners and strategic value delivered to partners and portfolio companies. Many of the companies backed by AV have had their offerings adopted by AV’s health system partners and ultimately progressed to successful exits.

      In March 2021, Ascension Ventures announced the closing of its fifth strategic fund (a $285 million vehicle) which brings the firm’s total assets under management to more than $1 billion. The new fund is backed by 13 leading health system partners directly involved in AV’s diligence and investment approval process.  Joining Ascension as limited partners in the new fund are continuing health system partners AdventHealth, Carle Foundation, CentraCare, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, Intermountain Healthcare, Novant Health, OhioHealth and OSF HealthCare. New limited partners in the fund include Luminis Health, NorthShore, Sentara Healthcare, and Texas Health Resources.

      Bio posted January 2022

          Michael M. Allen, MHA, CPA, FHFMA

          Michael joined OSF Healthcare System as its Chief Financial Officer in September of 2015.  Mr. Allen previously served as Chief Financial Officer for Gundersen Health System based in La Crosse, Wisconsin.  Michael has more than 30 years of experience in business and the healthcare industry, including 8 years in public accounting and 24 years serving as a CFO for health systems.

          Mr. Allen holds a BS degree in accounting from Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois; an MHA from the University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota, and is a Certified Public Accountant.

          Michael has been a volunteer leader for the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) for over 25 years, finishing a 2-year term as the Chair of the Board for the HFMA’s 64,000 members in 2021.  He also chaired the Minnesota Hospital Association finance committee, has served on other industry boards and committees and has been a volunteer leader for many community organizations over the duration of his career.

          Bio posted January 2022

              Melinda S. Hancock CPA, FHFMA

              Melinda Hancock is a Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for Sentara Healthcare.  Appointed to the position in August 2021, Ms. Hancock is responsible for the Internal Audit, Compliance, Legal Services, Risk Management and Privacy teams, as well as Supply Chain, Enterprise Analytics, Strategy. and Mergers and Affiliations.  Before joining Sentara, Ms. Hancock served as the Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial Officer at VCU Health System. During her 5 years at VCU Health System, she made significant contributions to advance the infrastructure of the health system. Prior to that, she spent 2 years as a partner at Dixon Hughes Goodman focused on the implementation of payment models and value-based reimbursement. Previously, Ms. Hancock was the Chief Financial Officer with the Virginia market of Bon Secours Health System and assisted with the leadership of the system wide clinical transformation work.

              Ms. Hancock’s current professional affiliations include Healthcare Financial Management Association (Fellow and Past National Chairman), Virginia Health Information (Board Member), American Hospital Association (Regional Policy Board Member), and Virginia Center for Health Innovation (Board Member and Chair). Ms. Hancock has been a frequent speaker on leadership and value based payment models and has co-authored several articles on related topics.

              Bio posted January 2022

                  Matthew E. Cox, MBA, CPA

                  Matt Cox is Chief Financial Officer of Spectrum Health System, an $8.3 billion not-for-profit integrated health system based in Michigan. In this role, Matt leads the finance team and assumes financial responsibility for all of Spectrum Health and its subsidiaries, including Spectrum Health West Michigan, Spectrum Health Lakeland  and Priority Health. He has extensive experience in health care financial leadership. Matt also oversees facilities, supply chain and security for the system.


                  Before joining Spectrum Health in 2017, Matt was senior vice president of finance operations at Banner Health in Phoenix, Arizona. He also was chief financial officer of Dignity Health Arizona Service Area, including St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix. Previous roles include executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Central Maine Health Care in Lewiston, Maine, as well as leadership positions in two Catholic Health Initiatives markets: senior vice president of finance and chief financial officer in Little Rock, Arkansas, and vice president of finance/operations and chief financial officer in Ontario, Oregon. Matt began his professional career with Deloitte & Touche.

                  Matt’s diverse background includes areas of consumerism and the customer experience. He has participated in forming joint ventures involving insurance products, imaging centers, rehabilitation facilities and surgery centers; led the development of physician compensation models to improve quality, productivity and profitability; implemented financial improvement and restructuring programs; and led financial turnaround of several health systems.

                  He holds a Bachelor of Arts in accounting and Master of Business Administration from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah.


                  Matt is a national board member and active participant in Healthcare Financial Managers Association. Matt holds three certifications with HFMA. He serves on various boards of directors and finance committees including board positions at the Gerald R. Ford Council of the Boy Scouts of America and Covenant House–Michigan.

                  Bio posted January 2022

                      Julie Yoo

                      Julie Yoo is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz where she leads investments in healthcare technology, with a focus on companies that are modernizing how we access, pay for, and experience the healthcare system.

                      Prior to joining a16z, Julie was the co-founder, Chief Product Officer, and Board Director at Kyruus, a venture-backed healthtech company recognized as a market leader in patient access. Julie led product management, engineering, and sales and marketing for the company, and helped scale the business to reach 20M patients and over 225,000 healthcare providers across the U.S.

                      Julie was previously VP of Product at Generation Health, and was with the company from its inception through acquisition by CVS Health. Julie was also a Product Manager at Knome, the world’s first whole genome sequencing service for private individuals. Julie’s tech career began as an early member of the software engineering team at Endeca Technologies, which was acquired by Oracle.

                      Julie studied computer science and pre-medicine as an undergrad at MIT and obtained an MS in genomics from Harvard-MIT HST and an MBA from MIT Sloan. Julie is a Young Global Leader with the World Economic Forum and has been recognized through numerous awards and honors from Becker’s Hospital Review, Health Data Management, MedTech Boston, and Rock Health.

                      Julie serves on a number of portfolio company boards, including Akasa, Firefly Health, Ribbon Health and Tomorrow Health.

                      Bio posted July 2021

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                          Paul Briggs

                          Paul Briggs focuses on HonorHealth finances, which includes financial planning, budgeting, financial risk management and treasury services. His purpose is to ensure HonorHealth has sufficient financial resources to support exceptional patient care and help improve the health and well-being of those served by HonorHealth. In addition to the financial and accounting functions, Paul oversees patient financial services, supply chain, real estate, insurance contracting and construction management.

                          With more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, Paul has an extensive background in financial and operational leadership roles with hospital systems, health plans and medical groups.  Before joining HonorHealth he served as the chief financial officer and chief operating officer for Presbyterian Healthcare Services based in New Mexico. Paul also served in senior financial and operational roles for the Carondelet Health System in St. Louis, MO, the Greenville Hospital System in South Carolina and Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound in Washington State. He worked in public accounting before finding his home in healthcare.

                          Paul is a Certified Public Accountant and has served on various business, industry and community boards.

                          He received his bachelor’s degree in accounting and master’s degree in accountancy from Brigham Young University.

                          Bio posted February 2021

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                              Paul Keckley, PhD

                              Paul H. Keckley is Managing Editor of The Keckley Report, a healthcare policy analyst and widely known industry expert.

                              He is a frequent speaker and  advisor to healthcare organizations focused on long-term growth, sustainability and advocacy strategies.

                              In addition to weekly Keckley Report,  he has published three books and 250 articles. During the period preceding the passage of the Affordable Care Act, he facilitated sessions between White House Office of Health Reform and major health industry trade groups as private sector input was sought in the legislation.

                              He is an advisor to Erdman, Sullivan Cotter, Lumeris, Western Governors University and the Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy. He is a member of the Health Executive Network and Healthcare Financial Management Association .

                              Previously, he served as Managing Director of the Navigant Center for Healthcare Research and Policy Analysis (2014-2015), Executive Director of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions (2006-2013), executive administration at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (1998-2006), Chief Executive Officer of PhyCor Management Corporation-the IPA Subsidiary of PhyCor Inc. (1994-1998) and Managing Partner of The Keckley Group, a health care research and policy analysis firm (1974-1994). He also served as Independent Chairman of Interdent, a California dental practice management company (1992-1996) and as an Adjunct Professor in the Schools of Medicine, Business and Health Policy at Georgetown University and Vanderbilt University.

                              He completed his B.A. at Lipscomb University, his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Ohio State University, and a fellowship in economic policy at Oxford University. He resides in Nashville, Tennessee, and enjoys golf, jogging, and the search for great coffee.



                              2013-Present: Strategic Advisor

                              Integrated Health Systems, Medical Groups, Innovators & Investors

                              2006-Present: Managing Editor, The Keckley Report

                              The Keckley Report is a weekly e-newsletter addressing healthcare policy issues and industry trends.

                              2014-Present: Independent Director, TivityHealth Inc. (TVTY)

                              Tivity is a publicly traded health and wellness company headquartered in Nashville TN. I serve on the Nominating and Governance and Strategic Review Committees.

                              2014-2015: Managing Director, Navigant Center for Healthcare Research & Policy Analysis, Washington DC

                              The Navigant Center conducted primary research and developed policy briefs around key issues in healthcare i.e. system consolidation, consumerism, provider sponsored risk, and the impact of health reform.

                              2009-2010: Facilitator, The White House Office of Health Reform and Industry Trade Associations

                              As the Affordable Care Act was being developed, I served as a facilitator of discussions between the White House and AHA, AHIP, AMA, PhRMA, and AdvaMed as its intended and unintended consequences were discussed, and as key provisions were developed.

                              2006-2013: Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, Washington DC.

                              The Deloitte Center for Health Solutions (DCHS) is the non-partisan industry research and policy-analysis division of Deloitte’s global health practice. Its forecasts, white papers, surveys and policy analyses are developed by a team of economists, clinicians, policy analysts, and actuaries in India and Europe.

                              2003-2006: Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville Tennessee (Director, Vanderbilt Chancellor Fund; Executive Director, Vanderbilt Center for Evidence-based Medicine (VCEBM); Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; Clinical Professor, Owen Graduate School of Management

                              Vanderbilt University Medical Center is one of the leading academic medical centers in the U.S. Reporting to the Chancellor as a member of executive leadership, responsibilities included:

                              • Director, Vanderbilt Ventures: using funds from the Vanderbilt Chancellor’s Fund, evaluation and commercialization of intellectual properties developed by VUMC scientists and clinicians; resulted in four major joint ventures, start-up of 14 early stage companies, and implementation of Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health.

                              • Executive Director, Vanderbilt Center for Evidence-based Medicine—development of integration of evidence based practices across the Vanderbilt clinical enterprise; funded research for peer reviewed studies about usefulness and limitations of evidence-based medicine.

                              • Associate Professor, Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management,–development of the healthcare MBA program;

                              1998-2002:  EBM Solutions Inc., Nashville, Tennessee (Chief Executive Officer)

                              EBM Solutions was  a joint venture between Vanderbilt, Duke, Washington University St. Louis and Emory Health and venture capital partners. It licensed its proprietary clinical decision-support software to private health plans and hospitals to measure adherence to evidence-based practices using an ASP and annual licensing fee business model.

                              1995-2002:  InterDent Inc., El Segundo, California: (Chairman )

                              InterDent was the U.S. largest publicly traded dental practice management company with 400 clinics in the U.S. As the practice management industry imploded and the company’s only independent director, I became Chairman after institutional investors resigned from the board to pursue recapilization of the company. In the role of Chairman, I led the company’s recapitalization converting $245 million senior debt to equity as a private company, secured a revolving LOC, completed the sale of underperforming clinics in NY and FL and recruited a new management team and board.

                              1994-1998: PhyCor Management Company, Nashville Tennessee (President and Chief Executive Officer)

                              PhyCor Management Corporation (PMC) was the IPA management subsidiary of PhyCor Inc., the nation’s largest publicly traded physician practice management company. It operated IPAs in 11 markets with 7000 participating physicians and managed fully capitated contracts with United, Cigna and other national insurers.

                              1974-1994: The Keckley Group, Nashville, Tennessee (President and Chief Executive Officer)

                              The Keckley Group (TKG) provided strategic planning research and consulting services to hospitals involving market growth analysis, clinical portfolio development, physician alignment and compensation, , and competitor assessment. Achievements: contracts with 1200 hospitals, development of proprietary databases about clinical portfolio program planning.

                              Industry Advisory Positions

                              • Lipscomb University School of Pharmacy

                              • Health Care Financial Management Association

                              • Health Executive Network

                              • Western Governor’s University

                              Editorial Positions

                              • Managing Editor: The Keckley Report—weekly analysis of health reform and impact on industry sectors in US.

                              • Columnist: HHN (Hospitals and Health Networks)

                              • Author: 3 books and 200 articles in trade and peer reviewed journals and periodicals


                              • B.S. David Lipscomb University (1970)

                              • M.A. The Ohio State University (1972)

                              • Ph.D. The Ohio State University (1974)

                              • International Fellowship, Oxford University, United Kingdom

                              Bio updated July 2021

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                                  Joseph R. Swedish is the former Chairman, President and CEO of Anthem, Inc., a Fortune 29 company and the nation’s leading health benefits provider. Anthem serves nearly 42 million members—or one in eight Americans—through its affiliated health plans, and over 73 million individuals across 27 states through its broad portfolio of health insurance and services subsidiaries.

                                  He served as the Chairman, President and CEO from 2013 to 2018.  Subsequently he served as a Strategic Advisor from 2018 to 2020.  Under Mr. Swedish’s leadership, the company experienced remarkable financial performance. During his tenure Anthem’s membership grew by four million, or 11 percent, the average share price nearly quadrupled, and operating revenue increased 39 percent to over $89 billion. Core strategic imperatives included improving medical costs, working with physicians to improve health care quality and access, and improving the consumer experience.

                                  He continues to apply his expertise leveraging his extensive health care experience as co-founder of Concord Health Partners, a private equity firm investing in digital innovations and health care services focused on data analytics, provider enablement tools and consumer engagement that transform health care by improving access, quality and cost.

                                  Prior to joining Anthem, Mr. Swedish served as CEO for several major integrated health care delivery systems, including president and CEO of Trinity Health, an 18-state integrated health care delivery system. He also held CEO and senior leadership positions with the Hospital Corporation of America, Colorado’s Centura Health, and integrated health systems in Florida, Virginia, and the Carolinas.

                                  He has built a reputation for leveraging value-creating assets through high-performing governance, creative strategies, consumer marketing, clinical innovations, and mergers/acquisitions. He has been at the forefront of the industry’s efforts to utilize advances in information technology such as Trinity’s development of the nation’s first large scale electronic medical records system and Anthem’s massive health plan data repository to advance predictive analytics in support of population health management.  Mr. Swedish works closely with political leaders and policymakers to find innovative, cost effective solutions to some of the nation’s most pressing health care challenges.

                                  For 12 years in a row, Modern Healthcare has named Mr. Swedish one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare, ranking in the top 20 of the health sector’s most senior-level executives, high-level government administrators, elected officials, academics, and thought-leaders for five consecutive years. In 2016, Mr. Swedish was one of five health care leaders named to Crain Communications’ Top 100 Innovators list. He is also a recipient of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year—Rocky Mountain Region award, regarded as one of the most prestigious business award programs in the country. Under his leadership Anthem was recognized by Ethisphere on the 2018 list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies.

                                  Throughout his career, Mr. Swedish has shown a commitment and deep passion for diversity and inclusion such as self-appointing himself as Chief Diversity Officer while serving as CEO at Trinity Health. He has served as Chairman of the American Hospital Association’s Institute for Diversity for Healthcare Management and led industry efforts to focus on disparities of care impacting minorities. His effort garnered the CEO Leadership Diversity Award given by Diversity  Best Practices recognizing his leadership and service as a role model for the industry, his community and the nation.

                                  Mr. Swedish serves on the board of directors for IBM, CDW, Proteus Digital Health, Mesoblast – as Chairman, and Centrexion Therapeutics. He is also a member and past chairman of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business Board of Visitors. Previously, Mr. Swedish served as chairman of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), and Chairman of the Catholic Health Association.  He has also held board and advisory positions with American Hospital Association, Coventry Health Care, Inc., RehabCare Group, Inc., BankFIRST, Cross Country, Inc., National Quality Forum, the National Center for Healthcare Leadership, the Winter Park Health Foundation, and Loyola University Chicago.

                                  Mr. Swedish received his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his master’s degree in health administration from Duke University.

                                  Updated June 2020

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