David Johnson

David Johnson

David Johnson

Vice President and Senior Health Consultant

Mr. Johnson is a Vice President and Senior Consultant in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 30 years of healthcare and human resources experience. He helps clients manage a range of health and retirement benefits programs and broader human resources initiatives. Mr. Johnson has particular expertise in evidence-based workplace wellness programs, value-based healthcare purchasing strategies and applying behavioral economics principles to key human resources challenges.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Johnson held senior consulting positions at Aon Hewitt and a regional benefits consulting firm. He previously served as Director of Managed Care Contracting for the Johns Hopkins Health System. He began his career as a health benefits consultant at Mercer. Throughout his career, his clients have included state and local governments, colleges and universities, hospitals and health systems, multiemployer plans, corporations and nonprofits.

Mr. Johnson received a BS in Health Policy and Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA with a concentration in Health Care Management from Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Johnson currently serves on two key subcommittees for the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission and has served as a board member of the Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health. He has been a national Fit-Friendly Workplace Reviewer for the American Heart Association and participates actively in the Society for Human Resources Management, the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. Mr. Johnson is a past President of the Worldwide Employee Benefits Network’s (WEB) Baltimore chapter. He also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Towson University in Maryland.

Mr. Johnson has published multiple articles in BNA’s Pension & Benefits Daily on such topics as “Strategies for Building a Healthier Workforce” and “Considerations for Choosing Stop-Loss Coverage.” He has been quoted in U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Business Journal, the Baltimore Business Journal, Employee Benefits News, SmartCEO and the Capital Gazette.

Presentations by Mr. Johnson include:

  • Behavioral Economics presentations at several national conferences, including the Annual Policy Forum for the Employee Benefits Research Institute, The Leaders Board National HR Conference and the International Association of Black Actuaries Annual Meeting
  • Healthy Campus workshop at the National Summit for the Partnership for a Healthier America, an initiative chaired by former First Lady Michelle Obama
  • Two Capitol Hill briefings for members and staffers of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on the value of workplace wellness programs to American employers
  • Wellness Case Study presentation at the National Conference of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
  • Behavioral Economics presentations at a variety of state/regional chapter meetings of the Society for Human Resource Management, International Association of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists and other HR associations
  • "Wellness Communications: A Case Study," IFEBP Monthly Webcast, November 2016
  • "A Holistic Approach to Employee Wellness: Enhancing the Mental, Physical and Financial Well-Being of Your Employee," CBIA 2016 Compensation and Benefits Conference/Forum, June 2016

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David Johnson

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David Johnson

David Johnson

Vice President and Senior Health Consultant

Mr. Johnson is a Vice President and Senior Consultant in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 30 years of healthcare and human resources experience. He helps clients manage a range of health and retirement benefits programs and broader human resources initiatives. Mr. Johnson has particular expertise in evidence-based workplace wellness programs, value-based healthcare purchasing strategies and applying behavioral economics principles to key human resources challenges.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Johnson held senior consulting positions at Aon Hewitt and a regional benefits consulting firm. He previously served as Director of Managed Care Contracting for the Johns Hopkins Health System. He began his career as a health benefits consultant at Mercer. Throughout his career, his clients have included state and local governments, colleges and universities, hospitals and health systems, multiemployer plans, corporations and nonprofits.

Mr. Johnson received a BS in Health Policy and Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA with a concentration in Health Care Management from Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Johnson currently serves on two key subcommittees for the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission and has served as a board member of the Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health. He has been a national Fit-Friendly Workplace Reviewer for the American Heart Association and participates actively in the Society for Human Resources Management, the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. Mr. Johnson is a past President of the Worldwide Employee Benefits Network’s (WEB) Baltimore chapter. He also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Towson University in Maryland.

Mr. Johnson has published multiple articles in BNA’s Pension & Benefits Daily on such topics as “Strategies for Building a Healthier Workforce” and “Considerations for Choosing Stop-Loss Coverage.” He has been quoted in U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Business Journal, the Baltimore Business Journal, Employee Benefits News, SmartCEO and the Capital Gazette.

Presentations by Mr. Johnson include:

  • Behavioral Economics presentations at several national conferences, including the Annual Policy Forum for the Employee Benefits Research Institute, The Leaders Board National HR Conference and the International Association of Black Actuaries Annual Meeting
  • Healthy Campus workshop at the National Summit for the Partnership for a Healthier America, an initiative chaired by former First Lady Michelle Obama
  • Two Capitol Hill briefings for members and staffers of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on the value of workplace wellness programs to American employers
  • Wellness Case Study presentation at the National Conference of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
  • Behavioral Economics presentations at a variety of state/regional chapter meetings of the Society for Human Resource Management, International Association of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists and other HR associations
  • "Wellness Communications: A Case Study," IFEBP Monthly Webcast, November 2016
  • "A Holistic Approach to Employee Wellness: Enhancing the Mental, Physical and Financial Well-Being of Your Employee," CBIA 2016 Compensation and Benefits Conference/Forum, June 2016

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David Johnson

Vice President and Senior Health Consultant

David Johnson

Contact David

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Johnson is a Vice President and Senior Consultant in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 30 years of healthcare and human resources experience. He helps clients manage a range of health and retirement benefits programs and broader human resources initiatives. Mr. Johnson has particular expertise in evidence-based workplace wellness programs, value-based healthcare purchasing strategies and applying behavioral economics principles to key human resources challenges.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Johnson held senior consulting positions at Aon Hewitt and a regional benefits consulting firm. He previously served as Director of Managed Care Contracting for the Johns Hopkins Health System. He began his career as a health benefits consultant at Mercer. Throughout his career, his clients have included state and local governments, colleges and universities, hospitals and health systems, multiemployer plans, corporations and nonprofits.

Mr. Johnson received a BS in Health Policy and Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA with a concentration in Health Care Management from Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Johnson currently serves on two key subcommittees for the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission and has served as a board member of the Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health. He has been a national Fit-Friendly Workplace Reviewer for the American Heart Association and participates actively in the Society for Human Resources Management, the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. Mr. Johnson is a past President of the Worldwide Employee Benefits Network’s (WEB) Baltimore chapter. He also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Towson University in Maryland.

Mr. Johnson has published multiple articles in BNA’s Pension & Benefits Daily on such topics as “Strategies for Building a Healthier Workforce” and “Considerations for Choosing Stop-Loss Coverage.” He has been quoted in U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Business Journal, the Baltimore Business Journal, Employee Benefits News, SmartCEO and the Capital Gazette.

Presentations by Mr. Johnson include:

  • Behavioral Economics presentations at several national conferences, including the Annual Policy Forum for the Employee Benefits Research Institute, The Leaders Board National HR Conference and the International Association of Black Actuaries Annual Meeting
  • Healthy Campus workshop at the National Summit for the Partnership for a Healthier America, an initiative chaired by former First Lady Michelle Obama
  • Two Capitol Hill briefings for members and staffers of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on the value of workplace wellness programs to American employers
  • Wellness Case Study presentation at the National Conference of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
  • Behavioral Economics presentations at a variety of state/regional chapter meetings of the Society for Human Resource Management, International Association of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists and other HR associations
  • "Wellness Communications: A Case Study," IFEBP Monthly Webcast, November 2016
  • "A Holistic Approach to Employee Wellness: Enhancing the Mental, Physical and Financial Well-Being of Your Employee," CBIA 2016 Compensation and Benefits Conference/Forum, June 2016

Leadership

David Johnson

Vice President and Senior Health Consultant

David Johnson

Contact David

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Johnson is a Vice President and Senior Consultant in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 30 years of healthcare and human resources experience. He helps clients manage a range of health and retirement benefits programs and broader human resources initiatives. Mr. Johnson has particular expertise in evidence-based workplace wellness programs, value-based healthcare purchasing strategies and applying behavioral economics principles to key human resources challenges.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Johnson held senior consulting positions at Aon Hewitt and a regional benefits consulting firm. He previously served as Director of Managed Care Contracting for the Johns Hopkins Health System. He began his career as a health benefits consultant at Mercer. Throughout his career, his clients have included state and local governments, colleges and universities, hospitals and health systems, multiemployer plans, corporations and nonprofits.

Mr. Johnson received a BS in Health Policy and Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA with a concentration in Health Care Management from Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Johnson currently serves on two key subcommittees for the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission and has served as a board member of the Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health. He has been a national Fit-Friendly Workplace Reviewer for the American Heart Association and participates actively in the Society for Human Resources Management, the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. Mr. Johnson is a past President of the Worldwide Employee Benefits Network’s (WEB) Baltimore chapter. He also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Towson University in Maryland.

Mr. Johnson has published multiple articles in BNA’s Pension & Benefits Daily on such topics as “Strategies for Building a Healthier Workforce” and “Considerations for Choosing Stop-Loss Coverage.” He has been quoted in U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Business Journal, the Baltimore Business Journal, Employee Benefits News, SmartCEO and the Capital Gazette.

Presentations by Mr. Johnson include:

  • Behavioral Economics presentations at several national conferences, including the Annual Policy Forum for the Employee Benefits Research Institute, The Leaders Board National HR Conference and the International Association of Black Actuaries Annual Meeting
  • Healthy Campus workshop at the National Summit for the Partnership for a Healthier America, an initiative chaired by former First Lady Michelle Obama
  • Two Capitol Hill briefings for members and staffers of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on the value of workplace wellness programs to American employers
  • Wellness Case Study presentation at the National Conference of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
  • Behavioral Economics presentations at a variety of state/regional chapter meetings of the Society for Human Resource Management, International Association of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists and other HR associations
  • "Wellness Communications: A Case Study," IFEBP Monthly Webcast, November 2016
  • "A Holistic Approach to Employee Wellness: Enhancing the Mental, Physical and Financial Well-Being of Your Employee," CBIA 2016 Compensation and Benefits Conference/Forum, June 2016

Leadership

David Johnson

David Johnson

Vice President and Senior Health Consultant

Contact David

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Johnson is a Vice President and Senior Consultant in Segal’s Washington, DC office with over 30 years of healthcare and human resources experience. He helps clients manage a range of health and retirement benefits programs and broader human resources initiatives. Mr. Johnson has particular expertise in evidence-based workplace wellness programs, value-based healthcare purchasing strategies and applying behavioral economics principles to key human resources challenges.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Johnson held senior consulting positions at Aon Hewitt and a regional benefits consulting firm. He previously served as Director of Managed Care Contracting for the Johns Hopkins Health System. He began his career as a health benefits consultant at Mercer. Throughout his career, his clients have included state and local governments, colleges and universities, hospitals and health systems, multiemployer plans, corporations and nonprofits.

Mr. Johnson received a BS in Health Policy and Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA with a concentration in Health Care Management from Johns Hopkins University.

Mr. Johnson currently serves on two key subcommittees for the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission and has served as a board member of the Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health. He has been a national Fit-Friendly Workplace Reviewer for the American Heart Association and participates actively in the Society for Human Resources Management, the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. Mr. Johnson is a past President of the Worldwide Employee Benefits Network’s (WEB) Baltimore chapter. He also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Towson University in Maryland.

Mr. Johnson has published multiple articles in BNA’s Pension & Benefits Daily on such topics as “Strategies for Building a Healthier Workforce” and “Considerations for Choosing Stop-Loss Coverage.” He has been quoted in U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Business Journal, the Baltimore Business Journal, Employee Benefits News, SmartCEO and the Capital Gazette.

Presentations by Mr. Johnson include:

  • Behavioral Economics presentations at several national conferences, including the Annual Policy Forum for the Employee Benefits Research Institute, The Leaders Board National HR Conference and the International Association of Black Actuaries Annual Meeting
  • Healthy Campus workshop at the National Summit for the Partnership for a Healthier America, an initiative chaired by former First Lady Michelle Obama
  • Two Capitol Hill briefings for members and staffers of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on the value of workplace wellness programs to American employers
  • Wellness Case Study presentation at the National Conference of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration
  • Behavioral Economics presentations at a variety of state/regional chapter meetings of the Society for Human Resource Management, International Association of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists and other HR associations
  • "Wellness Communications: A Case Study," IFEBP Monthly Webcast, November 2016
  • "A Holistic Approach to Employee Wellness: Enhancing the Mental, Physical and Financial Well-Being of Your Employee," CBIA 2016 Compensation and Benefits Conference/Forum, June 2016