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Background Information

Employment History

Solution Delivery Manager, Director

EngagePoint Inc

Program Manager

RedMane Technology LLC

Vice President of Healthcare Product Development

Total System Services Inc

Director Product Managment

ProxyMed , Inc.

Vice President of Business Development

TSYS Prepaid Inc

Education

bachelor's degree

University of Georgia

bachelor’s degree

University of Georgia

master's degree

Georgia State University

master’s degree

Georgia State University

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VP of Healthcare Product Development, TSYS Healthcare
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Bob Borneman brings more than 22 years of health care industry experience to TSYS Healthcare, where he has been instrumental in developing the company’s health care platform. During Borneman’s 7 plus years at TSYS in the Health Care division, he has served as Director of Product Management, Director of Account Management and currently serves as Director of Business Development. Borneman’s prior expertise includes claims processing, eligibility transactions, claim status, remittance advice and other health care transaction processing for health care providers and payers. Prior to joining TSYS in 2004, Borneman held positions with health care technology firms such as ProxyMed (currently Capario), MedUnite, Equifax Healthcare EDI and others. Borneman received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia and a master’s degree from Georgia State University.


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Bob Borneman

VP of Healthcare Product Development, TSYS Healthcare


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Bob Borneman Vice President, Business Development TSYS Healthcare Bob Borneman is Vice President of Business Development for TSYS Healthcare and is responsible for consumer-directed healthcare sales, business development and strategic partner development with health plans, third-party administrators (TPAs) and employers. Mr. Borneman brings more than 20 years of healthcare industry experience to TSYS Healthcare, where he was instrumental in developing the company's new healthcare platform. His expertise includes claims, eligibility, status and remittance and related healthcare-transaction processing for healthcare providers and payers. Prior to joining TSYS in 2004, Mr. Borneman worked for healthcare technology firms such as ProxyMed, MedUnite, Equifax Healthcare EDI and others.

Mr. Borneman received his bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia and a master's degree from Georgia State University.


Ledger-Enquirer | 04/17/2006 | Profitable possibilities

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"That's a big fear for me, personally," said Bob Borneman, vice president of product development for TSYS Prepaid's health-care initiative."I know that TSYS offered an HSA and a lot of people were afraid of that first-year high deductible they may have to pay."

But Borneman thinks TSYS Prepaid has found a way to ease concerns over the high deductible.The card it has developed will feature a health savings account, a flexible spending account and it will have a credit feature in which insured employees can tap into should a big medical bill be due before enough funds are in the account to pay the deductible.
Borneman, who thinks health savings accounts will become mandatory for most workers at some point, said another attractive feature is they eventually act as a 401(k) savings tool of sorts.Since money in the accounts rolls over, those people who don't use or need all of the funds for medical care can invest excess dollars in investment funds.
"(The issuer) wants you to have some liquid funds to pay for your extra health care expenses," he said.
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"The notion is, from the consumer perspective, is that I can have this card and use it only for health care and I don't have to worry about how it's getting paid," Borneman said."I just know it's going to get paid and that it will all reconcile in the end."
Though slow to the market, Borneman sees health savings accounts taking off in 2007 and beyond as more banks, insurers and employers offer them.Rising health care costs are the main reason, with employers searching for a way to offer some coverage without breaking the bottom line.
"It really ends up shifting some of the costs to the employee, but it will at least allow the employer to offer some kind of health coverage," he said.

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