To be held in Anchorage Alaska on the campus of the globally recognized best healthcare system in the world, the Nuka System of Care
Join other CEOs and learn how to better attract and retain top talent at half the cost by applying the Aspirational Healthcare Model
John Keller, President of Redlist, and Rae Barton, HR, tell Lee Lewis, Health Transformation Alliance, about their experience moving to an aspirational healthcare benefits model.
Countries from all over the world travel each year to Alaska to learn how superior healthcare can cost half as much by applying this emerging aspirational healthcare model. C-Suite Executives from across the U.S. are now doing the same.
The best healthcare system in the world got there by listening to individuals and families in order to build a healthcare system that complies with their needs. Trust and relationship is the foundation of this aspirational healthcare model which also builds employee loyalty.
CEOs will learn from other CEOs how to spend half the national average by following a few simple proven aspirational healthcare strategies and better invest their healthcare benefit dollars. You don't need to build a new healthcare system, you simply need to spend your money differently.
Darrell Moon, CEO of Aspirational Healthcare, BLLC, describes the purpose of the 2024 Aspirational Healthcare Conference.
Collaborate with other CEOs while experiencing amazing wildlife and the beautiful landscape of Alaska. Daily adventures are included as a part of the conference.
Video music is provided by Polly Napiryuk Andrews, Cup’ik from the community of Chevak, Alaska. The song Niitaqamaa Wii (When I Hear) is sung in Yup’ik, and translates to “When I hear the voices of my ancestors, it’s beautiful, and it gives me flight”. This song is composed by Ossie Kairaiuak, rendition by Polly Andrews, with drums by Michael Ulroan. Polly is a Learning and Development Advisor with Southcentral Foundation Family Wellness Warriors, a movement that focuses on Alaska Native culture and strengths to end cycles of trauma.