We’re a financial services company for doctors, created by doctors. Panacea Financial understands your banking needs because we’ve been through it before.
A Better Way to Bank
During their time in medical school, our founding doctors noticed a common theme: Traditional banks simply don’t understand the financial needs of medical professionals.
So we decided to fix it.
At Panacea Financial, we tailor all our products and services to the lives of new and aspiring doctors. You deserve the best rates and top-notch service at every stage of your career — and we’re ready to show you a better way to bank with Panacea Financial.
Powering the Next Generation of Physicians
We aim to make medicine better by strengthening the underrepresented minority pipeline of physicians. Driven by our commitment to provide financial support, we leverage our large network of physician customers to power the next generation of medicine.
Meet Our Team
Tyler is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Panacea Financial. Previously, Tyler was a Managing Director and Equity Research Analyst at Stephens Inc. where he covered Southeast and West Coast financial institutions for nearly a decade with a focus on regional banks. Prior to joining Stephens, he began his career at Regions Financial Corporation in commercial banking. Additionally, Tyler serves on the Board of Trustees for the Baptist Health Foundation. Tyler graduated from Harding University with a B.B.A. in management and received a masters in finance from the University of Memphis. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder.
Michael is the President and Co-founder of Panacea Financial and is also a practicing physician in Cincinnati, OH. After earning his BBA in Economics he deferred his medical school acceptance to teach middle school science in the Phoenix, AZ area while also earning his Masters in Education from Arizona State University. He then completed medical school at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center before finishing his residency at University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. With a faculty position and board certifications in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Michael is able to treat patients of all ages and teach medical trainees in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Ned is the Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Founder of Panacea Financial, and a practicing physician in Boston. He attended Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, and then completed residency at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. After residency, he completed a fellowship in global health, along with a Masters in Public Health at Harvard University. He is now working as a hospitalist at Boston Children’s Hospital and is on faculty at Harvard Medical School, both based in Boston.
Jeral Self is the Head of Community Engagement at Panacea Financial where she executes the organization’s mission and goal of providing ongoing support, both financially and through mentorship, to under-represented minorities within the physician workforce. Jeral has over nine years of experience in health policy research, with much of it focused on building and using integrated data from multiple public service systems for the purposes of evaluation. Recently Dr. Self has been involved in a number of evaluation projects for the State of Arkansas and their healthcare financing reform initiative. The results of this work have informed the development of Arkansas’ episodes of care payment models, as well as behavioral health and long-term service health home models. Most importantly, her work on the Arkansas Section 1115 demonstration waiver evaluation has been used in steering the national conversation about the future of state-led Medicaid expansion effort. Dr. Self has a PhD from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and a Masters in Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health.
Dr. Josh Daily is a pediatric cardiologist at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. An Arkansas native, Dr. Daily received his undergraduate degree in physics from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, and then attended medical school at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences where he graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA. After medical school, he completed pediatric residency, pediatric cardiology fellowship, and a Master’s in Medical Education at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Dr. Daily then returned to Arkansas where he serves as the pediatric cardiology fellowship program director at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. In addition to training cardiology fellows and practicing clinically, Dr. Daily spends much of his time teaching physicians and physicians-in-training about personal finance. He has written multiple academic articles 1, 2, 3, 4 and given lectures both locally and nationally on financial topics for physicians.