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Mr. Bob Borneman

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Solution Delivery Manager , Profe...

Local Address: Georgia, United States
EngagePoint Inc
6700 North Andrews Avenue Suite 210
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
United States

Company Description: EngagePoint is a leading provider of brand recognition and customer contact tools. EngagePoint's premier brand building tool, the Snap-In, gives businesses the...   more
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Employment History

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  • master's degree
    Georgia State University
  • bachelor's degree
    University of Georgia
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www.theihccforum.com, 15 Feb 2013 [cached]
Bob Borneman
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Bob Borneman
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.
TSYS Healthcare
www.tsyshealthcare.com, 7 Feb 2010 [cached]
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.
Healthcare Consumerism Drives New Payment Strategies for Banks: Financial News - Yahoo! Finance
biz.yahoo.com, 23 Sept 2005 [cached]
COLUMBUS, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 23, 2005--Staggering increases in the costs of corporate health benefits and other economic factors are driving a new consumerism in the form of consumer-directed health plans that's resulted in a window of opportunity for financial institutions to enter the healthcare sector, says Bob Borneman, vice president of healthcare product development for TSYS Prepaid.
"Because corporations' average cost of healthcare has doubled since 1999, consumers are being asked to share more of the burden for the cost of their healthcare.In response, we're seeing a proliferation of health-savings accounts and related services," Mr. Borneman says.
"Now that they have more accountability for their healthcare payments, consumers realize that they are more comfortable dealing with their banks than their health plans," Mr. Borneman says."Banks can leverage this opening by linking debit cards to these healthcare accounts, which will create new revenue opportunities."
Mr. Borneman will discuss these trends and the technology requirements for banks that are evaluating healthcare strategies at the 13th Annual ATM & Debit Forum, an event hosted by SourceMedia Conferences.The ATM & Debit Forum will be held Sept. 25-27 at Miami's Sheraton Bal Harbour Beach Resort.For more information about the conference, see www.sourcemedia-conferences.com.
Mr. Borneman is a 16-year veteran of the healthcare industry, with experience in claims and related healthcare-transaction processing for healthcare providers and payers.After working for healthcare technology firms such as ProxyMed, MedUnite, Equifax Healthcare EDI and others, Mr. Borneman joined TSYS Prepaid in 2004 to develop the company's emerging healthcare initiative.He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia (Athens, Ga.) and a master's degree from Georgia State University (Atlanta, Ga.).
Synovus
www.synovus.com, 23 Sept 2005 [cached]
Columbus, Ga., Sept. 23, 2005 - Staggering increases in the costs of corporate health benefits and other economic factors are driving a new consumerism in the form of consumer-directed health plans that's resulted in a window of opportunity for financial institutions to enter the healthcare sector, says Bob Borneman, vice president of healthcare product development for TSYS Prepaid.
"Because corporations' average cost of healthcare has doubled since 1999, consumers are being asked to share more of the burden for the cost of their healthcare.In response, we're seeing a proliferation of health-savings accounts and related services," Mr. Borneman says.
"Now that they have more accountability for their healthcare payments, consumers realize that they are more comfortable dealing with their banks than their health plans," Mr. Borneman says."Banks can leverage this opening by linking debit cards to these healthcare accounts, which will create new revenue opportunities."
Mr. Borneman will discuss these trends and the technology requirements for banks that are evaluating healthcare strategies at the 13th Annual ATM & Debit Forum, an event hosted by SourceMedia Conferences.The ATM & Debit Forum will be held Sept. 25-27 at Miami's Sheraton Bal Harbour Beach Resort.For more information about the conference, see www.sourcemediaconferences.com.
Mr. Borneman is a 16-year veteran of the healthcare industry, with experience in claims and related healthcare-transaction processing for healthcare providers and payers.After working for healthcare technology firms such as ProxyMed, MedUnite, Equifax Healthcare EDI and others, Mr. Borneman joined TSYS Prepaid in 2004 to develop the company's emerging healthcare initiative.He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia (Athens, Ga.) and a master's degree from Georgia State University (Atlanta, Ga.).
TSYS - In the News - Healthcare consumerism drives new payment strategies for banks
www.totalsystem.com, 23 Sept 2005 [cached]
Columbus, GA, September 23, 2005 - Staggering increases in the costs of corporate health benefits and other economic factors are driving a new consumerism in the form of consumer-directed health plans that's resulted in a window of opportunity for financial institutions to enter the healthcare sector, says Bob Borneman, vice president of healthcare product development for TSYS Prepaid.
"Because corporations' average cost of healthcare has doubled since 1999, consumers are being asked to share more of the burden for the cost of their healthcare. In response, we're seeing a proliferation of health-savings accounts and related services," Mr. Borneman says.
"Now that they have more accountability for their healthcare payments, consumers realize that they are more comfortable dealing with their banks than their health plans," Mr. Borneman says. "Banks can leverage this opening by linking debit cards to these healthcare accounts, which will create new revenue opportunities."
Mr. Borneman will discuss these trends and the technology requirements for banks that are evaluating healthcare strategies at the 13th Annual ATM & Debit Forum, an event hosted by SourceMedia Conferences. The ATM & Debit Forum will be held Sept. 25-27 at Miami's Sheraton Bal Harbour Beach Resort. For more information about the conference, see www.sourcemediaconferences.com.
Mr. Borneman is a 16-year veteran of the healthcare industry, with experience in claims and related healthcare-transaction processing for healthcare providers and payers. After working for healthcare technology firms such as ProxyMed, MedUnite, Equifax Healthcare EDI and others, Mr. Borneman joined TSYS Prepaid in 2004 to develop the company's emerging healthcare initiative. He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia (Athens, Ga.) and a master's degree from Georgia State University (Atlanta, Ga.).
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