Aspirational Healthcare, BLLC is organized for the specific public benefit of improving human health. This is done by shining a light on the best healthcare system in the world, Southcentral Foundation’s Nuka System of Care in Anchorage, Alaska. The primary focus of this proven model of healthcare is to improve human health, not just fix problems. They are the only healthcare system that has won the U.S. President’s Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award twice, they achieve 98% customer satisfaction, have superior population health outcomes and spend half as much on healthcare as the rest of the U.S.
Aspirational Healthcare shines a light on this globally recognized, world-class healthcare system that improves human health. This is done by educating the public, business leaders, healthcare benefit consultants, the media, healthcare systems and government leaders. This is achieved through groups representing these different factions that meet regularly to brainstorm and collaborate on how to make everyone more aware of this superior model of healthcare. This is also done through social media activity, as well as through conferences, webinars and podcasts.
Tremendous progress has been made during the organization’s first year by creating these multiple groups, a variety of speaking engagements, putting on conferences and presenting at a variety of national events.
The public benefit of these activities has been the enlightenment of the public, government and employers to expect more from healthcare. Healthcare can better improve human health when the focus is on enhancing quality of life and meeting customer’s needs by being a guest at their table and supporting each individual in their efforts to reach their life’s aspirations.
Aspirational Healthcare has assisted a variety of organizations in designing their healthcare benefits to be aspirational in nature rather than be the standard benefit design focused on reactive healthcare. This has resulted in a greater awareness and focus on the improvement of human health.