Chief Revenue Officer
Geoffrey (Geoff) Nagle has been with AXA Partners US since June 2015 and is our Chief Revenue Officer. Prior to becoming the Chief Revenue Officer, Geoff had leadership roles at AXA Partners as Head of U.S. Health Strategy & Product Development and Regional Network Management lead for the Americas. Prior to his arrival to AXA Partners, Geoff led the Global Vendor Management and Network Development team for MetLife Expatriate Benefits. In his previous position, Geoff was responsible for building health networks across the globe either with individual hospitals and clinics or through business process outsourcing with large, international PPO organizations in the Americas, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Geoff has a degree in Public Relations / Communication from La Salle University.
The importance of digital health products and innovation.
Digital Health, Disrupting U.S. Healthcare.
We developed a Digital Health product with a large partner who acknowledged their loyalty consumers were severely underinsured, uninsured, and the importance of taking an active role in providing these products, although they fell far outside their existing products/vision.
Healthcare, pharmacy, and insurance premiums.
Digital health offerings.
More structured work time, blackout hours (no email on weekends, meetings on Fridays), wellness programs, virtual boot camps.
COVID nurse advice lines, U.S. digital health offerings through banks, retailers, mental health lines - the support people needed while locked at home.
Remember the mission to reach the moon? In 1962, President JFK set forth a vision. He initiated a movement that outlived him! Even in his death, the mission was accomplished seven years after his famous speech. Now we’re on a five-year mission, and it's not about us. This is a mission for you – the individual, the stakeholder, the employer healthcare and benefits professional. Join the mission to reduce costs, reimagine culture, and reinvent care.
Reduce employer healthcare and benefits costs by 25% by 2025.
Reimagine engagement and well-being.
Provide 40% of healthcare services virtually and through technology by 2025.