Neil Smiley

Neil Smiley is the founder and CEO of Loopback Analytics. Neil started Loopback Analytics after serving for 12 years as the founder and CEO of Phytel, a provider-led population health improvement company that grew to serve more than 30 million patients.  Phytel was acquired by IBM as part of the launch of Watson Health in 2015.

Neil started his professional career in management consulting with Accenture and later as a Partner with EY, working with Fortune 1000 clients across a variety of industries.

Neil is also President of the Charles H. Hood Foundation supporting child health research in partnership with leading institutions across New England and serves on the board of the Carson Leslie Foundation, which seeks to advance new cures for children with Medulloblastoma.

In 2013 Neil was one of four finalists nominated for the Tech Titans Award for Emerging Technology Innovation in Dallas and was selected as one of the top 25 most influential persons in healthcare by the Dallas Business Journal. He is an active investor and mentor with Health Wildcatters, a health technology accelerator based in Dallas, working with emerging healthcare startups.