Bryan T. Arkwright is a trusted thought leader, researcher, and startup advisor in healthcare information technology. Bryan is a Principal with Impact Advisor, Founder and Chief Research Officer of Cromford Health, Adjunct Faculty with Ohio University and Wake Forest University School of Law, and on the Editorial Board for the peer reviewed journal Telehealth and Medicine Today. Bryan has served in the past as the Vice President of Innovation at a large national physician staffing company, and prior to that led telehealth at Wake Forest Baptist Health and Mission Health. He additionally began advising large hospitals and health systems regarding telehealth beginning in 2011, often serving as an advisor or interim executive leadership accountable for introducing and scaling telehealth and digital health initiatives across complex integrated delivery systems in the US and Internationally. Bryan has published over 30 different Telehealth and Digital Health focused articles, research papers, and book chapters and speaks nationally and internationally 5-8 times per year. Bryan’s international experience includes pro-bono and paid work in Mexico, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Germany, Sweden, Australia, Morocco, India, France, Kosovo, Israel, Poland, and Ukraine.
Bryan has a Bachelor 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.