Redirect Health, which helps employers and their brokers build health care plans using a self-insurance model, announced the appointment of David Slepak as director of business development. In this role, Slepak will oversee Redirect Health’s distribution strategy and execution among brokers, advisors and direct customers. As well, he will manage innovation, including new product strategy and development.
“As Redirect Health continues its growth trajectory, it’s vital for us to continue putting into place a talented team that can meet the changing and growing needs of small and midsized businesses,” said Redirect Health CEO Paul Johnson. “David is an individual who sees the bigger picture and understands the myriad challenges faced by these employers. He also understands how to bridge gaps and create opportunities that will help companies find solutions as the health care landscape continues to evolve.”
With years of experience in the health care industry, Slepak will help Redirect Health build more strategic relationships as the company brings easy and affordable health care solutions to entrepreneurial organizations.
Slepak brings creative, analytical and technical skills that have made him a hands-on, entrepreneurial change agent. He has successfully led many cross-functional sales and marketing teams as they have sought new opportunities, developed innovative products and brought products to market. His breadth and depth of experience in constructing and executing product strategy, driving brand awareness and forging strategic partnerships has helped him accelerate revenue gains for a range of companies. At Redirect Health, he will support and elevate the company’s disruptive, forward-thinking culture, and help drive exponential change with entrepreneurial clients nationwide, enabling them to create competitive advantages with their health care plans.
Prior to Redirect Health, Slepak was director of field sales and marketing for a health care services program. He has also held sales and marketing executive leadership roles with consumer electronics and health care companies.
Armed with life and health, and property and casualty licenses, Slepak is a member of the National Association of Health Underwriters. He serves as communications chair of the Greater Phoenix Association of Health Underwriters.
Slepak earned a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on marketing and political science from the Center of the Advancement of Small Business at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
Redirect Health was founded in Arizona in 2013, yet has since expanded to 28 states as demand for affordable and high quality care rises. To learn more about the company’s health care solutions, visit www.redirecthealth.com.
About Redirect Health
Founded in 2013, Redirect Health helps entrepreneurial businesses and their brokers build affordable health care plans using a self-insurance model. Solutions comply with the Affordable Care Act, reduce waste and administration costs associated with many traditional health insurance plans, and enhance the employee’s health care experience. The company uses a process that quickly identifies the most cost-efficient route to address health care needs, enabling employers to significantly cut costs and reinvest savings back into their businesses. Visit redirecthealth.com.
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