Who owns clover management

The Erie County legislature added its voice to a chorus of criticism against Clover Group after the company was hit with a lawsuit alleging racist practices. The legislature passed a resolution calling for the dismissal of employees heard in an audio recording reportedly making racially disparaging comments about the company’s policies and procedures. But the resolution does not call for CEO Michael Joseph to be held accountable, and it does not remove him from his positions on boards of the Art Museum and Roswell Park, where he continues to serve.

Among other things, the resolution calls for a thorough investigation of the company’s marketing and sales practices to ensure they comply with federal regulations. It also recommends a comprehensive audit of all of the company’s operations to determine how it can best support its customers and maintain its integrity.

Clover is one of the fastest growing Medicare Advantage insurers in the country and serves 57,000 members in 34 counties across seven states. Its growth is being driven by favorable demographic tailwinds and the company’s differentiated, technology-driven approach.

Before founding Clover Health, Garipalli co-founded CarePoint Health – a fully integrated healthcare system based in New Jersey. He also co-founded Ensemble Health, a national healthcare revenue cycle services company. During this time, he experienced the misalignment between healthcare providers and insurance companies first-hand, which ultimately inspired the creation of Clover.

Garipalli holds several senior-related roles in various private equity investments and sits on the board of Flatiron Health, which was sold to Roche in 2018. He has been a public speaker for several leading healthcare conferences and was a guest lecturer at the Harvard Business School.