Daniel Ansel is President and CEO for Private Health News, has over 35 years of experience in successfully developing, marketing and managing an extensive range of innovative healthcare and human service related programs. He has developed programs for organizations including: Procter & Gamble, HONDA of America, ChoiceCare, Humana, Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield, numerous pharmaceutical companies and hundreds of healthcare systems throughout the United States.Dan served as Vice President, Business Development, for a multi-health care system where he negotiated and directly contacted with insurance carriers, health care providers, community agencies and corporations. He was a principal in creating the largest healthcare-based Corporate Health program in the country which included “at– risk” services for over half a million lives in the behavioral health and senior markets. As Vice President of Business Development for a national marketing / communication organization, Dan developed innovative and targeted communication programs focused on Senior Services, Managed Medicare, and Women’s Health, Hispanic Parenting, Corporate Health and Work/Family issues for the pharmaceutical and managed care markets.
Currently Dan is co-founder and President / CEO of Private Health News and Active Daily Living he has created award-winning e-communication solutions, CRM / Marketing tools and population health platforms to help hundreds of Clients build ongoing, targeted relationships with health consumers, physicians, nurses and patients / caregivers based on their specific health interests, specialties, needs while promoting a client’s programs, products, services and physicians. In addition to being a frequent speaker at national conferences, he has published articles on topics including; Managed Medicare, Acquisition and Retention, Work/Life programs, Direct Contracting with Employers, and Managed Behavioral Health Care. He has a master’s degree in Educational Psychology from the Ohio State University and a master’s degree in Health Care Services Administration from Xavier University.