To help companies with self-funded health plans get the most out of every dollar they spend, make it easy for them to structure and manage every plan detail, and to save them countless man-hours by providing an intuitive, completely automated end-to-end solution.
We want to make it easier for organizations of all sizes to self-fund – and for their workers to know they’re getting the best possible coverage at the lowest possible cost.
We started out as Salus HEM, which helps organizations with fully-insured health plans transition to self-funding. We developed AdminaHealth to help our new-to-self-funding clients manage their plans more easily.
They loved it. The automated portal helped make all our self-funding promises come true. It was easy to manage. They could offer more customized benefits. And they did save serious time and money.
In October 2015, two potential customers came to us with the same suggestion, “We are already self-funded and we don’t need the liquidity feature of SalusHEM but the portal’s so good, why don’t you offer it as a stand-alone product?” We thought about it. Did some research. Decided it made sense. And so, AdminaHealth was born.
We developed the AdminaHealth platform based on feedback and user studies from hundreds of HR and Finance executives, and their teams. We’re constantly updating its features and capabilities. Our goal is to make it a near must-have for every self-funded organization – accessible from anywhere, by every team member.
The core principles that drive AdminaHealth’s development are:
Make it easy and intuitive so all your team members use it and love it. And eventually access it anywhere.
The system has to be safe, secure, and always-on. And we have to be always-there.
Platform features, capabilities, and capacity need to grow as you do.
No two businesses are exactly alike. AdminaHealth must have the built-in flexibility to cater to your needs.
Watch Robert Bull, our COO, explain how our close partnership with SAP helps us meet these objectives.
Co-Founder & COO
A recognized computing operations thought leader and award- winning C-Suite executive, Robert Bull leads AdminaHealth’s product development and operations. He created the AdminaHealth portal, and sweats the details of keeping it secure, ever-improving, and always-on.
Robert is also a founding partner and the COO of Salus Finance, which helps self-funded companies streamline healthcare- related expenses and supports companies transitioning into self-funded plans. He previously served as the Director of Enterprise Services at Recovery Auditing Company Connolly LLC, where he managed a team of 47 people across nine locations and three countries, and led the IT integration of Connolly’s acquisition of iHealth Technologies. As General Electric Asset Management’s (GEAM) Senior Program Manager of Global Computing, Robert oversaw a team of 93 employees based in 13 countries and 17 locations. He received numerous awards while there, including the CIO Award and the CEO’s ”Above and Beyond Award,” the highest honor presented at GEAM.
A frequent speaker at industry conferences and events, Robert served as keynote of Knowledge10 (Service-now.com) in San Diego, CA. He has also been a featured speaker at GE Global Infrastructure Services (GIS), GE Technical Services Group (TSG), CompuCom’s Executive Roundtable, and the SAP Conference, Sapphire Now + ASUG Annual Conference.
Director of Sales & Marketing
As Director of Sales and Marketing, Christian’s areas of focus include driving visibility and educating the various members (HR leaders, brokers, and consultants) of the self-funded health ecosystem on the value of the AdminaHealth platform.
Prior to joining the AdminaHealth team, Christian was Managing Partner of Smartpath Labs; a boutique software development and business advisory firm primarily focused on assisting early and mid-stage technology organizations. Previous to this, he has held senior sales and marketing positions in software, publishing and media organizations in both Europe and the US.
Beyond his professional career, Christian has a strong interest in community service, currently serving as Board Chair for Family ReEntry; a CT based 501c3 organization offering programs for individuals and families impacted by the criminal justice system. Other non-profit organizations he was involved with include the Entrepreneurial council of CTNEXT, and Sound Affects, dedicated to transforming how the war on cancer is fought and financed.
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