About Us

Will Wright

Mazi Rasulnia

"We founded Pack Health to solve one problem: Getting healthy is overwhelming for the average person. Pack Health strives to help people affordably access the right care and develop the self-management skills needed to improve their well-being."

Will Wright and Mazi Rasulnia - Cofounders

OUR MISSION is to help people overwhelmed by a diagnosis access the right care and develop the self-management skills to improve well-being.

  • As much as 50% of health outcomes are tied to everyday lifestyle habits. Small changes can lead to big results.
  • You are not alone. Very few people (less than 10%) feel adequately informed by the healthcare information they receive at the clinician’s office.
  • 45% of people with chronic conditions say they know what to do, but admit that they lack the skill or time to follow through. We can help.

Leadership Team

Dhiren Patel

Dana Garvin

Rob Ginter

M'Kayl Lewis

Dave Masom

Our Guiding Principles

  1. Improve well being - Focus on improving well being for members first as well as colleagues and our community.
  2. Deliver exceptional service - Focus on building a delightful member experience from start to finish.
  3. Keep things simple - Make things as simple as possible for members and Pack Health colleagues alike.
  4. Work as a team - Celebrate successes and solve problems together. Work hard and have fun.
  5. Be a great place for great people - Be a place where great people can self- manage, master a craft and flourish as people.

Our Board

Dr. Bruce Irwin MD

Dr. Bruce Irwin is the founder and CEO of American Family Care, the world’s leading provider of urgent and family care. As leader of this fast-growing Inc. 5000 company, with 160 clinics and 500 in-network physicians, Dr. Irwin remains at the forefront of medicine. After graduating from the University of Alabama School of Medicine, he completed a fellowship in Primary Care Development at Michigan State University and board certification from the American Board of Family Practice.

Dr. Irwin has held board seats and memberships in organizations such as the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of Medical directors, the American Board of Family Practice, and the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Following the success of AFC, Dr. Irwin became a leading philanthropist for health-related issues. He supports causes such as the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, The American Heart Association and the Arthritis Foundation. Dr. Irwin currently serves as Co-Chair of Alabama Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Light the Night Walk.”

Dr. Sanjay Singh

Dr. Sanjay Singh is Vice President of Community Services for CTS. In this role, Sanjay is responsible for setting the priorities for organizational involvement in the communities CTS serves, including relationships with University Partners. Having been with CTS for over 17 years, he is passionate about mentoring the next generation of leaders within the company. Sanjay obtained his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems and Strategic Management from the University of Georgia. Prior to his current position, Sanjay was a faculty member at University of Alabama at Birmingham, teaching and supervising theses for Master's and Doctoral students in the Schools of Business, Engineering, Computer Science, and Healthcare Administration.