Mike Sullivan

CEO & Co-Founder

Cubic Health

Mike Sullivan is Cubic Health’s Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder. Cubic was founded in 2003 and provides Plan Analytics, Predictive Analytics, Clinically-Driven Plan Management Solutions and Machine Learning as a Service to the employee benefits industry. Cubic works with single- and multi-employer plans, Benefits Trusts, Third Party Administrators, and Government stakeholders to optimize the health of both plan members and the underlying benefits plan itself. Cubic’s unique capabilities in terms of integrating and making sense of underlying claims data and implementing customized solutions is driven by its proprietary analytics infrastructure and large team of clinical experts.

Mike began his career as a Community Pharmacist, and has previous experience working in both the pharmaceutical and benefits consulting industries. He continues to maintain an active license to practice with the Ontario College of Pharmacists. Mike is a member of Benefits Canada’s Online Expert Panel, and currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto.

Mike graduated from the College of Pharmacy at the University of Saskatchewan where he was honoured with a Centennial Alumni of Influence Award. He completed his Master of Business Administration degree from York University where he specialized in Finance.


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Day 1: Oct 6, 2020

Day 2: Oct 7, 2020

12:50 pm

12:50 pm

Case Study

Benefit Plan Performance; Advance Your Market Access Plans with Insights on Plan Sponsors’ Demands for Sustainability

The increased scrutiny plan sponsors are applying before including medications on their formularies is also now being applied to plan performance.  Heighten your awareness of how plan sponsors intend to achieve sustainability.  Adapt your market access strategy by:

  • Understanding why sponsors are increasingly turning to third-parties to analyze their spending
  • Gaining insights into where plan sponsors have uncovered the greatest inefficiencies
  • How the use of more granular data will drive plan design in the future

Give your market access strategy an edge with insights on new plan performance analysis.

Day 3: Oct 8, 2020