Aaron C. Davis


As the Founder and President of NextLogical, Aaron is primarily responsible for understanding the employee benefits needs of NextLogical's clients and crafting advanced health risk management and administrative solutions for implementation. He is actively involved in sales, customer service, development of product specifications, selection of administrative partners, plan design and integration.

Prior to forming NextLogical, Aaron was the founding partner and Director of Self-funding Sales for Mather Benefit Administrators (dba The Mather Companies) where, in just three years, he grew the client base to more than 55,000 members in 48 states.

Aaron was also a founding partner and Executive Vice President of Integrated Healthcare Resources Group (IHRG) in Baltimore, Maryland which was capitalized by Phoenix/Home Life. IHRG specialized in the design and implementation of administrative solutions for large self-funded employers.

Prior to forming IHRG, Aaron served as a Senior Consultant for FirstHealth, the nation's largest Third-Party Administrator (TPA), and held senior-level employee benefits consulting and sales positions with a regional TPA (Group Benefit Services) and with CIGNA Corporation.

Aaron began his career in health information systems as the Assistant Director of Operations and Management Information Systems (MIS) Manager for Heritage Health Systems, a national health maintenance organization (HMO). His unique insight into administrative systems, managed care operations and health information technologies is a valuable resource for NextLogical and its clients.

Since 1985, Aaron has been involved in virtually all aspects of employee benefits administration and consulting and is recognized as an expert in self-funding plan design, administration, health risk management and decision support systems.

Aaron is a graduate of Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College) in Westminster, Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Political Science/Pre-law and Business Administration. He has taken graduate courses at Florida International University and Villanova. He holds Life/Health and Property/Casualty licenses in many states. Aaron is a Co-Chairman of The Stacey Davis Breast Cancer Fund Grant Review Committee and has served as an Elder and teacher at New Hope Fellowship Church. Aaron enjoys spending time with his wife and four boys, reading, exercising and playing indoor soccer.