TransUnion Names New Vice President of Healthcare Information Solutions
Chicago, Jan. 6, 2009 – TransUnion has named Jim Bohnsack vice president of healthcare information solutions, a role in which he will be responsible for market penetration in the Western region of the United States. He will report directly to Rod Bazzani, executive vice president of healthcare for TransUnion.
“Jim’s knowledge of the healthcare industry and his close relationships with key supporting institutions and organizations will be an asset,” said Bazzani. “His successful track record of working with healthcare leaders to help define and realize cost and time efficiencies makes him an excellent fit for us as we continue to leverage and enhance TransUnion’s Revenue ManagerSM.”
Bohnsack has more than 12 years of healthcare financial management experience focused on the sale and delivery of professional services, accounts receivable management and technology solutions. Prior to joining TransUnion, Bohnsack served as a senior director, business development at Connance, Inc. His responsibilities included the development of national go-to-market strategies for the healthcare industry’s provider sector.
His previous work experience also includes various leadership positions with Interpoint Partners, Encore Capital Group, Deloitte Consulting, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen – Business Consulting.
Bohnsack holds a Master of Science in health care administration and a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Trinity University in San Antonio.
At the heart of TransUnion’s healthcare vertical is its patented Revenue Manager. An ASP-based technology platform, Revenue Manager determines in real time, patient eligibility for financial assistance at the time of registration. Additionally, Revenue Manager assists healthcare providers in verifying patient identity to improve patient safety from potential identity theft, qualifies patient eligibility for financial assistance or insurance benefits at time of service, helps in collecting payments through prioritizing accounts by a patient’s ability to pay and provides fact-based payment planning.