Health care is having a very real impact on both individuals and companies, and many people are starting to lose hope.
The Health Care Insanity Workshop is a way for high-performing companies to work on their health care strategy and start solving this difficult problem.
This workshop is for leaders that are committed to taking ownership of their health care strategy. It is ideal for Owners, CEOs, CFOs, and HR Directors.
Your company should have a minimum of 100 employees so that we can explore options that allow you to take more ownership in your risk.
Led by Jeff Schultz, Benefits Practice Leader at HNI Risk Services and Michael Naparalla, Chief Health Director at Acrisure, below is what the workshop will cover.
We're going to go through each of the 6 Components of a Health Care Strategy that high-performing companies are using to take back control:
Benefits Practice Leader at HNI Risk Services
Jeff has 31 years of experience as an advisor to some of Wisconsin’s leading and most progressive employers. As the leader of our benefits practice, Jeff’s role is to guide our clients’ strategies and ensure they aren’t missing out on any opportunities to drive their health care strategy forward.
Why are some companies able to become health care high-performers and others companies are stuck as average performers?
Jeff will share how some companies have been able to take control of the cost drivers in their health care program. This workshop-style discussion will walk through how to create a multi-year strategy that improves upon all 6 components of a successful health care program.
Chief Health Director, Acrisure
Michael Naparalla, Acrisure's Chief Health Director, is a Registered Nurse with an incredibly unique combination of skills, education, and experience. As an advocate for employers and a true resource for top performing companies, Michael is truly able to impact the health and wellbeing of employee populations.
After spending more than 13 years as a registered nurse specializing in emergency and trauma healthcare, Michael transitioned into an advisory role for employers that focused on coverage options, quality of care directives, and a fundamental understanding of what the balance of care and cost should be.
He has partnered with more than 500 employers over his career to provide biometric screenings, wellness evaluations, manage onsite clinics, and engage employees to be empowered in their health and wellbeing.
Michael’s truly rare and unique combination of skills across population health management, insurance, and practical healthcare experience have left him well positioned to assume the responsibilities of Chief Health Director and begin making an impact with HNI's clients to improve health and wellbeing.