Ted Makowiec

Ted Makowiec

Ted Makowiec

Senior Vice President and Health Consultant, Midwest Corporate Market Leader, Detroit

Mr. Makowiec is a Senior Vice President and Health Consultant in Segal’s Detroit office. He has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare and employee benefits industries, including experience working with large employers, health systems and healthcare plans. He has extensive expertise in the implementation of decision support systems designed to create analytics that support major strategies and metric-driven decision making, as well as health reform initiatives, major benefit design changes and provider network development strategies. Mr. Makowiec has also successfully implemented numerous cost control strategies for employers. Mr. Makowiec also serves as the firm's Midwest Corporate Market Leader.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Makowiec was most recently the Vice President of Medical Economics for CHE Trinity Health (Livonia, MI) where he led the strategy, staff, systems and analytics for over 80 hospitals, 90 long-term care facilities and 100,000 employees. Prior to his work at CHE Trinity, he was the Senior Director for Benefits at The University of Michigan, where he was responsible for the development, approval and implementation of health benefit and retirement savings strategies for more than 97,000 covered lives. Prior to The University of Michigan, Mr. Makowiec was a key Human Resources Administrator at General Motors where he had the responsibility of managing successful cost reduction initiatives for more than 1.1 million covered lives in over 150 health care plans.

Mr. Makowiec holds a BS in Finance from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI) and an MBA in Finance from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). He is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) as well as a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS). Mr. Makowiec is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the National Association for Healthcare Quality and the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS).

Mr. Makowiec presents at several regional and national benefits forums, and has been quoted in the business and trade press:

  • “Targeting High Risk Employees May Reduce Cardiovascular Racial Disparities,” co-author, The American Journal of Managed Care, September 2014

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Ted Makowiec

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Ted Makowiec

Ted Makowiec

Senior Vice President and Health Consultant, Midwest Corporate Market Leader, Detroit

Mr. Makowiec is a Senior Vice President and Health Consultant in Segal’s Detroit office. He has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare and employee benefits industries, including experience working with large employers, health systems and healthcare plans. He has extensive expertise in the implementation of decision support systems designed to create analytics that support major strategies and metric-driven decision making, as well as health reform initiatives, major benefit design changes and provider network development strategies. Mr. Makowiec has also successfully implemented numerous cost control strategies for employers. Mr. Makowiec also serves as the firm's Midwest Corporate Market Leader.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Makowiec was most recently the Vice President of Medical Economics for CHE Trinity Health (Livonia, MI) where he led the strategy, staff, systems and analytics for over 80 hospitals, 90 long-term care facilities and 100,000 employees. Prior to his work at CHE Trinity, he was the Senior Director for Benefits at The University of Michigan, where he was responsible for the development, approval and implementation of health benefit and retirement savings strategies for more than 97,000 covered lives. Prior to The University of Michigan, Mr. Makowiec was a key Human Resources Administrator at General Motors where he had the responsibility of managing successful cost reduction initiatives for more than 1.1 million covered lives in over 150 health care plans.

Mr. Makowiec holds a BS in Finance from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI) and an MBA in Finance from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). He is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) as well as a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS). Mr. Makowiec is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the National Association for Healthcare Quality and the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS).

Mr. Makowiec presents at several regional and national benefits forums, and has been quoted in the business and trade press:

  • “Targeting High Risk Employees May Reduce Cardiovascular Racial Disparities,” co-author, The American Journal of Managed Care, September 2014

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

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Ted Makowiec

Senior Vice President and Health Consultant, Midwest Corporate Market Leader, Detroit

Ted Makowiec

Contact Ted

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

Mr. Makowiec is a Senior Vice President and Health Consultant in Segal’s Detroit office. He has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare and employee benefits industries, including experience working with large employers, health systems and healthcare plans. He has extensive expertise in the implementation of decision support systems designed to create analytics that support major strategies and metric-driven decision making, as well as health reform initiatives, major benefit design changes and provider network development strategies. Mr. Makowiec has also successfully implemented numerous cost control strategies for employers. Mr. Makowiec also serves as the firm's Midwest Corporate Market Leader.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Makowiec was most recently the Vice President of Medical Economics for CHE Trinity Health (Livonia, MI) where he led the strategy, staff, systems and analytics for over 80 hospitals, 90 long-term care facilities and 100,000 employees. Prior to his work at CHE Trinity, he was the Senior Director for Benefits at The University of Michigan, where he was responsible for the development, approval and implementation of health benefit and retirement savings strategies for more than 97,000 covered lives. Prior to The University of Michigan, Mr. Makowiec was a key Human Resources Administrator at General Motors where he had the responsibility of managing successful cost reduction initiatives for more than 1.1 million covered lives in over 150 health care plans.

Mr. Makowiec holds a BS in Finance from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI) and an MBA in Finance from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). He is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) as well as a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS). Mr. Makowiec is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the National Association for Healthcare Quality and the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS).

Mr. Makowiec presents at several regional and national benefits forums, and has been quoted in the business and trade press:

  • “Targeting High Risk Employees May Reduce Cardiovascular Racial Disparities,” co-author, The American Journal of Managed Care, September 2014

Leadership

Ted Makowiec

Senior Vice President and Health Consultant, Midwest Corporate Market Leader, Detroit

Ted Makowiec

Contact Ted

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

Mr. Makowiec is a Senior Vice President and Health Consultant in Segal’s Detroit office. He has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare and employee benefits industries, including experience working with large employers, health systems and healthcare plans. He has extensive expertise in the implementation of decision support systems designed to create analytics that support major strategies and metric-driven decision making, as well as health reform initiatives, major benefit design changes and provider network development strategies. Mr. Makowiec has also successfully implemented numerous cost control strategies for employers. Mr. Makowiec also serves as the firm's Midwest Corporate Market Leader.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Makowiec was most recently the Vice President of Medical Economics for CHE Trinity Health (Livonia, MI) where he led the strategy, staff, systems and analytics for over 80 hospitals, 90 long-term care facilities and 100,000 employees. Prior to his work at CHE Trinity, he was the Senior Director for Benefits at The University of Michigan, where he was responsible for the development, approval and implementation of health benefit and retirement savings strategies for more than 97,000 covered lives. Prior to The University of Michigan, Mr. Makowiec was a key Human Resources Administrator at General Motors where he had the responsibility of managing successful cost reduction initiatives for more than 1.1 million covered lives in over 150 health care plans.

Mr. Makowiec holds a BS in Finance from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI) and an MBA in Finance from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). He is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) as well as a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS). Mr. Makowiec is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the National Association for Healthcare Quality and the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS).

Mr. Makowiec presents at several regional and national benefits forums, and has been quoted in the business and trade press:

  • “Targeting High Risk Employees May Reduce Cardiovascular Racial Disparities,” co-author, The American Journal of Managed Care, September 2014

Leadership

Ted Makowiec

Ted Makowiec

Senior Vice President and Health Consultant, Midwest Corporate Market Leader, Detroit

Contact Ted

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

Mr. Makowiec is a Senior Vice President and Health Consultant in Segal’s Detroit office. He has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare and employee benefits industries, including experience working with large employers, health systems and healthcare plans. He has extensive expertise in the implementation of decision support systems designed to create analytics that support major strategies and metric-driven decision making, as well as health reform initiatives, major benefit design changes and provider network development strategies. Mr. Makowiec has also successfully implemented numerous cost control strategies for employers. Mr. Makowiec also serves as the firm's Midwest Corporate Market Leader.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Makowiec was most recently the Vice President of Medical Economics for CHE Trinity Health (Livonia, MI) where he led the strategy, staff, systems and analytics for over 80 hospitals, 90 long-term care facilities and 100,000 employees. Prior to his work at CHE Trinity, he was the Senior Director for Benefits at The University of Michigan, where he was responsible for the development, approval and implementation of health benefit and retirement savings strategies for more than 97,000 covered lives. Prior to The University of Michigan, Mr. Makowiec was a key Human Resources Administrator at General Motors where he had the responsibility of managing successful cost reduction initiatives for more than 1.1 million covered lives in over 150 health care plans.

Mr. Makowiec holds a BS in Finance from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI) and an MBA in Finance from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). He is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) as well as a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS). Mr. Makowiec is a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the National Association for Healthcare Quality and the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS).

Mr. Makowiec presents at several regional and national benefits forums, and has been quoted in the business and trade press:

  • “Targeting High Risk Employees May Reduce Cardiovascular Racial Disparities,” co-author, The American Journal of Managed Care, September 2014