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Health Care Insanity Workshop
A strategy-building session for companies that want to be high performers. 
September 17th, Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee, WI
What is an Insanity Workshop?

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. 


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WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 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.

WHEN IS IT?: The workshop is on September 17th from 9:30am until 1:30pm.

WHERE IS IT?  The workshop will take place at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee: 400 W Canal St, Milwaukee, WI 53201.


MIKE NATALIZIO (CEO, HNI) is passionate about working with companies on their toughest challenges. And health care is one of the toughest. Mike's expertise lies in shaping a culture of engagement and connecting the dots between leadership and the rest of the company. 
Jeff SchultzJEFF SCHULTZ (Benefits Practice Leader, HNI) works with some of the largest and highest-performing companies in Wisconsin to create multi-year benefits strategies that actually move the needle. 
Tracy, JanineJANINE TRACY (Chief People Officer, HNI) is responsible for HNI's people strategy. This includes attracting and retaining top talent, as well as building an award-winning culture. Janine focuses on building an environment of creativity, engagement, and collaboration so HNI's Risk Advisors can do their best work.
DustinDUSTIN HINTON (CEO, United Healthcare of Wisconsin) will share how United Healthcare is helping people become better consumers of health care.

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. 
6 Components