Professionally, Heath is an entrepreneurial executive with experience founding start-ups, creating and expanding new businesses, and leading a Fortune 500 enterprise.

Currently, he is a partner at the Pilot Wall Group which invests in healthcare and other sectors. Previously, he led the Integrated Care Group for Fresenius Medical Care, the largest dialysis equipment manufacturer and treatment provider in the US and globally. As President, he oversaw the creation of a division to manage the full cost of caring for dialysis patients, divisions providing national lab and pharmacy services to dialysis patients, and MedSpring Urgent Care centers. Heath joined Fresenius in 2014 when it acquired MedSpring, the Austin-based company he co-founded in 2011.

Previously, Heath served as CEO at Tampa-based WellCare (NYSE:WCG) in 2008 and 2009, where the team stabilized the $6.8 billion, Fortune 500 health insurer while it resolved a federal investigation concurrent with the 2008 credit-market crisis and 2009 turmoil of health reform. He returned to the company after retiring and spending a year in Spain with his family. Before that time, he led a team in the successful launch of a $950 mm prescription drug division and oversaw marketing and sales during the LBO, IPO, and rapid expansion of the company.

Prior experience includes five years at McKinsey & Co., co-founder of an online pharmacy in the first Internet frenzy, a six-month life lesson at Enron as it imploded in 2001, and a start in the glamorous world of agricultural mowing equipment.

The best deal he ever managed to close was his wife, Megan Johntz, with whom he has had two boys and many wonderful adventures.

Formal Education:

  • Master of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, Business
  • Bachelor of Arts, Trinity University, San Antonio, Business major / English minor