Cube Group appoints Daniel Cziperle as partner and Health leader

26 June 2023 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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Cube Group has strengthened its partnership with Daniel Cziperle, who becomes the firm’s fifth partner.

Based out of Melbourne, Daniel Cziperle will spearhead the firm’s Health practice, building on his track record gained both in industry as well as in consulting.

“I’ve focused my entire career on improving healthcare delivery and access, and Cube Group is the perfect place for me to continue this work,” said Cziperle on his move.

Cube Group appoints Daniel Cziperle as partner and Health leader

Cziperle joins Cube Group from EY, where he spent nine years across offices in Australia and the United States. Most recently based in Melbourne, he was a director in its Healthcare practice.

During his tenure at the Big Four firm, he has helped shape customer engagement and growth strategies across the health landscape, working with public and private hospitals, private health funds, social insurers and departments of health. He also has experience with improving patient and population health outcomes.

Cziperle is in addition skilled in digital and virtual care where he applies his original training in health information management. He recently developed a digital health vision, five-year strategy and high-level initiative roadmap for one of the fastest growing Victorian public health services, aligning to the health service’s enterprise level strategic plan.

Earlier in his career, he worked for the St. Louis Children’s Hospital in Missouri (US), where he focused on planning and business development work.

“Daniel’s extensive experience in health services will support Cube Group as we work to create a bright future for every Australian. His authentic, evidence-based approach is a wonderful fit for the boards, executive teams and health professionals we work alongside,” said Cube Group’s managing partner and founder Ben Schramm.

Cube Group’s 30-strong team is led by a six-strong executive board, comprising managing partner and founder Ben Schramm, partners Kathryn Anderson, Andrew Campbell, Michael Maher, Daniel Cziperle, and chief operating officer Jane Edgar.

Last year, Cube Group was named one of Australia’s leading consulting firms by Consultancy.org.

“I am excited to join Cube Group’s executive team and feel confident that our shared commitment to improving health services will produce great health outcomes for all of us – after all, this is about caring for people and their loved ones at their most vulnerable moments in life,” Cziperle concluded.