Operating Company Leaders

While our capital deployment typically commences with a strong investment thesis, we seek to partner with proven CEOs, who are leaders in their industry domains. We believe that the combination of our management teams’ deep industry insight and Providence’s long-term investment perspective can provide an advantage over competitors for the benefit of our clients, colleagues and shareholders.

Daniel E. Greenleaf

President, Chief Executive Officer

Daniel E. Greenleaf was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Providence and LogistiCare in December 2019. Mr. Greenleaf is an innovator across the healthcare industry who brings over 25 years of experience successfully transforming healthcare companies through periods of growth. He recently served as President and CEO of BioScrip, Inc. ("BioScrip"), the largest independent provider of infusion and home care management solutions, where he spearheaded the turnaround and successful merger with Option Care Health (Nasdaq: BIOS). Prior to BioScrip, he was the CEO and Chairman of Home Solutions Infusion Services where he led the turnaround and eventual sale to BioScrip. Before Home Solutions Infusion Services, Mr. Greenleaf was the President and CEO of Coram Specialty Services, where he was instrumental in growing Coram to become the top-performing home infusion company in the country prior to its sale to CVS.

Mr. Greenleaf graduated from Denison University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and holds a Master of Business Administration in Health Administration from the University of Miami. He is a military veteran, having served as captain and navigator in the United States Air Force.

Keith Henthorne

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Keith Henthorne brings a unique background in healthcare technology, continuous improvement and revenue cycle management to Matrix, as well as experience as investing in, and leading start-up, mature and turnaround businesses.

Mr. Henthorne has founded, successfully operated, and sold a number of healthcare companies, in the revenue cycle management space. Most recently, he was the founder and executive chairman of Auditz, LLC, a technology company sold to TransUnion. Prior to his role with Auditz, he was senior vice president, revenue integrity for Emdeon, he founded Chapin Revenue Cycle Management, which he sold to Emdeon and also served as the chief investment officer for Ziegler HealthVest Partners, LLP, a venture capital fund under the umbrella of the Ziegler Companies.

Early in his career, Mr. Henthorne served in roles with Tenet Healthcare, including vice president, strategic sourcing, where he was responsible for all corporate sourcing/procurement, and director of operations for Tenet’s 18 hospitals in the Florida and Alabama region giving him a deep understanding of providers and how to better serve their members.

Mr. Henthorne holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Missouri State University and a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of Missouri. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and past chairman of the Florida League of Hospitals. Additionally, he currently serves on the boards of LiquidCompass, Broadjump, and Cura Revenue Cycle Management and is active in non-profit organizations, including Wheels of Success, Trinity Café, and LifePath Hospice.