Matt Scantland is a husband, father, learner, builder, leader, and adventurer living in Columbus, Ohio and Riviera Maya, Mexico.

Matt is the Founder and CEO at AndHealth, a digital health company with the mission of helping people reverse chronic disease. AndHealth is the world’s first virtual Center of Excellence for migraine reversal, and is soon launching a virtual Center of Excellence for autoimmune diseases. You can read about why Matt started AndHealth in a letter he wrote introducing the company.

Matt is also a founder at Twofold Ventures, his family’s firm that is dedicated to building companies that create opportunity for their employees and the community. Twofold Ventures is an investor and creator of high-growth businesses across technology, healthcare, and media.

Previously, he was Co-Founder and CEO of CoverMyMeds, one of the largest and fastest growing healthcare technology companies in the United States. CoverMyMeds has helped millions of patients get the medication they need to live healthy lives. Widely considered one of the best places to work in the US, CoverMyMeds is ranked nationally as a top workplace overall, and a top workplace for women, parents, and millennials. In 2017, Matt led CoverMyMeds’ acquisition by McKesson, a Fortune-5 healthcare services company for $1.4B, in what was one of the largest healthcare IT transactions ever, and the largest private technology deal in Ohio’s history. CoverMyMeds’ new $240M campus in Franklinton will provide more than two thousand high-paying jobs in Columbus, while helping to create more opportunity and investment in the city.

Matt was ranked as the #14 US CEO of Large Companies by Glassdoor, and the #3 CEO in Healthcare, and has received a number of awards including Entrepreneur of the Year from VentureOhio, E&Y, and Columbus CEO. Matt is a frequent speaker and media source on technology, healthcare, entrepreneurship, and business and civic leadership.

Matt believes in the goodness of all people and the abundance we can find in the world. He believes we are all capable of growth and change, are all worthy of love, and are all ready to do great things, both big and small. Matt is dedicated to personal development and transformation, and living a life of awareness and adventure.

At various times, Matt has been both a failing dyslexic student and an honors scholar, a model citizen and a juvenile delinquent, an overweight basket case and a meditative marathon runner, and has worked as a bike mechanic, a sailing instructor, a technologist, a startup founder and CEO, a senior executive at a Fortune-5 company, and as an investor. Matt loves learning new things and has been serious about cave and technical diving, sailboat racing, cycling, aviation, and many other pursuits.

Beginning in 2020, Matt organized The Cenotes of Mayakoba Project, a multi-year project to explore and document the underwater caves on a prominent part of the coastal Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico, in partnership with Rosewood Hotels and Resorts. With the goal of raising awareness for this fragile and special environment, his team have published a book and a short documentary film, and are raising money for cave conservation and water quality monitoring in the region.

Matt and the organizations in which he is involved, are known for their commitment to creating shared opportunity and prosperity. Matt and his family support a number of organizations through the Matt and Meara Scantland Family Fund, and through board service:

The Columbus Partnership
The Columbus Partnership is a non-profit, membership-based CEO organization of more than 65 CEOs from Columbus’ leading businesses and institutions. The Columbus Partnership’s primary goal is to improve the economic vitality of the Columbus Region.

The Columbus Foundation

Governing Committee (Board of Directors)
The Columbus Foundation assists donors and others in strengthening and improving their communities for the benefit of all people, with the promise to help create the most effective philanthropy possible.

With billions in assets, the Columbus Foundation is one of the ten largest Community Foundations in the United States.

Columbus Downtown Development Corporation/Capitol South
Board Member
Columbus Downtown Development Corporation (CDDC) is a private, non-profit development corporation with a mission to lead city-changing projects in the heart of Ohio’s capital city. CDDC has helped lead the revitalization of downtown Columbus with projects such as the Columbus Commons, the Scioto Mile, the Scioto Peninsula, and the National Veterans Memorial Museum.

The Wellington School
The Wellington School was founded by entrepreneurs in 1982 as the first co-ed, independent school in Columbus, Wellington propels students in preschool through grade 12 to discover and cultivate their unique potential.

Board Member Executive Committee
InnovateOhio is a statewide effort led by the Dewine-Husted administration to make Ohio the most innovative, creative, and entrepreneurial state in the Midwest.

Orange Barrel Media and IKE Smart City
Board Director
OBM and IKE pioneer landmark media and smart city technology to improve lives in cities. Powered by the company’s dedication to innovation and creating public benefit, OBM and IKE have iconic media properties in 19 of the top US markets, and the leading interactive digital kiosk platform.

Lifework, Inc.
Board Director
Lifework is a leading collection of healthcare training, continuing education and vocational schools in the US. Known for their cost-effective approach to education and their embrace of modern technology, these schools have helped hundreds of thousands of people improve their lives through high-quality jobs in our country’s healthcare system.

Images from Cenotes of Mayakoba Project

Image credits SJ Alice Bennett and/or Proyecto Mayakoba project team of Matt Scantland, Henry Frawley-Fulcher, and Ivo Chiarino.

Cenotes of Mayakoba Film Preview