About

Our story

Loyal started in 2015 as Transparently with a core belief: Too many patients are making healthcare decisions without the information they want or need. While there are mounds of data generated in healthcare, it’s only creating more confusion.

Today as Loyal, we strive to continue to erase that confusion by giving the power back to the health systems that have spent decades earning the trust of their patients. Using emerging technology, we have expanded our platform to focus on the whole patient journey and create a simply smarter patient experience platform.

Our Team

At Loyal, our people are the most important part of the company.

Chad Mallory

Chad Mallory

CEO

Brian Gresh

Brian Gresh

President

Jamie Futch

Jamie Futch

VP of Engineering

Abhi Sharma

Abhi Sharma

VP of Product

Steph Geissinger

Steph Geissinger

VP of Sales

Kate Madden-Jones

Kate Madden-Jones

VP of Marketing & Communications

Britton Powell

Britton Powell

Sr. Software Engineer

Kanitha Mann

Kanitha Mann

Data Scientist

Jon Deming

Jon Deming

Sales Executive

Garry Smith

Garry Smith

Front End Engineer

Dalton Brumfield

Dalton Brumfield

Sales Development Representative

Matt Cohen

Matt Cohen

Machine Learning Engineer

Hannah Jane Buchanan

Hannah Jane Buchanan

Front End Engineer

Our Advisors

We are fortunate to receive guidance and feedback from some of the brightest minds in healthcare. Our advisors are fiercely innovative, forward-thinking industry experts and an integral part of our success.

Ed Bennett

Ed Bennett

Ed Bennett Consulting

Digital Strategy

Matt Gove

Matt Gove

Piedmont Healthcare

Chief Consumer Officer

Laurence J. Jacobs

Laurence J. Jacobs

Georgia Institute of Technology

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Associate Dean, College of Engineering

Our spirit animal - St. Bernard

Going back as far as the 1790s - St. Bernards are one of the first recorded life-savers, making rescue excursions in the Swiss Alps for over 150 years. Often the dogs would find buried travelers, dig through the snow and lie on top of the injured to provide warmth. Meanwhile, the other dog would leave to alert the monks of the stranded pilgrim. The system became so organized that when Napoleon and his 250,000 soldiers crossed through the pass between 1790 and 1810, not one soldier lost his life. Legend says that the casks around the dog’s neck were filled with liquor to warm the travelers. Just like our spirit animal, Loyal comes armed with impressive solutions (casks) and a dedicated team of innovators (St. Bernards), to partner with health systems as they come to their patient’s digital patient experience rescue.

Loyal's Saint Bernard

Join The Team

Loyal is always looking for the best and brightest to join our growing team. If you are smart, innovative and like to have fun, we want to hear from you! Plus we have great benefits like paid medical, professional development stipends, 401(k), and untracked vacation.

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