Bobby Choi is the Executive Partner, Senior Care at SCALE Healthcare.
Bobby Choi is an experienced chief executive with a track record of growing high-performing teams and companies with a focus on operational excellence, servant leadership and data-driven innovation across the Long Term and Post-Acute Care continuum. Bobby is currently the Managing Director of his family office, Daybach Investments, and serves as CEO for Caraday Healthcare and Sodalis Senior Living, operating Skilled Nursing Facilities, Home Health, Memory Care and Assisted Living Facilities in Texas and the Southeast.
Bobby founded a project management dot-com serving the AEC industry leading to a buyout prior to college. Following graduation from Emory University, he started his health care career in physician practice management and healthcare real estate development which evolved into a focus in senior healthcare, housing and innovation.
Bobby has led the growth and management of multiple provider groups focused on the frail and vulnerable population health sector including the development of the largest long term and post-acute care physician practice in Texas. After selling the practice to Harden Healthcare, he accepted a position with Harden as Vice President of Operations and Integrated Care. Bobby went on to start several tech-driven home-based care organizations. He then went on to be a founding partner of Collain Healthcare, a joint-venture with LG, to develop and invest in senior living technology, post acute EHR software, digital health and virtual care solutions and led a complex divestiture of the entire portfolio of assets across multiple continents to Constellation Software, a publicly traded Canadian company in December 2018.
Bobby serves on the board of several technology and healthcare ventures, chairs the technology committee for the Texas Healthcare Association and is a sought-after speaker and lecturer on topics related to healthcare real estate, operations, technology, and innovation at national and international conferences.