Roy joined Chrysalis in 2011 as a Venture Partner, focusing on investment opportunities and portfolio companies in the health care sector. He has 25 years of experience as a health care technology investor and consultant.
At Health Evolution Partners, Roy initially focused on the fund’s venture strategy, investing in four venture funds and leading investments in healthcare services and IT companies, including Prematics, Mauna Kea Technologies, and Foundation Radiology. Later, as an Operating Partner, Roy focused on investments in later stage health care IT companies. Prior to Health Evolution Partners, he was a Venture Partner at Partech International, where he sourced and led the investment in Vimo and also worked with Radianse and DecisionView.
Prior to becoming an investor, Roy was a Board member and part of the senior executive team at healthcare IT consulting firm First Consulting Group (FCG), responsible for growing FCG’s revenue from $8 million to $300 million over ten years, including an initial public offering. Focusing on health care information technology and outsourcing, he had P&L responsibility for multiple business practices and/or operating regions that served hospitals, health insurance and pharmaceutical companies, and was CEO of the eServices division. FCG was ultimately sold to Computer Sciences Corporation.
After graduating from Pepperdine University with a degree in business administration, Roy joined Accenture where he specialized in health care IT and health care services, working with hospitals and health insurance companies to develop IT strategies and implement systems and technologies to drive operating improvements. He also helped create a national health insurance practice within the firm.