nThrive, the healthcare revenue cycle management software developer which is owned by Santa Monica-based private equity investor Clearlake Capital, has both a new CEO and CFO, the companies said today. nThrive said it has named Hemant Goel as Ceo, and James Evans as CFO of the newly acquired company. Clearlake made an investment and carved out nThrive earlier this year. Goel was most recently CEO of Capsule Technologies, and also had served at Spok and Siemens Health Services. Evans was most recently CFO of eSolutions, and also served at MatrixCare.