Jonathan Wiik has 25 years of healthcare experience in acute care, health IT and insurance settings. He started his career as a hospital transporter and held various roles (clinical operations, patient access, billing, case management and more) at a large, not-for-profit, acute care hospital, before serving as the hospital’s chief revenue officer. He also served in various roles at a prominent commercial payer. His cumulative expertise gives him vast knowledge of — and keen insight into — the inner workings of the revenue cycle across the continuum of care. He currently serves as a Principal of Healthcare Strategy at TransUnion Healthcare.
Wiik is an active advocate of legislative changes that evolve the healthcare industry. He’s the author of Healthcare Revolution: The Patient Is the New Payer and his latest book, Healthcare Evolution: Helping Providers Get Paid in an Era of Uncertainty, and frequently speaks as a thought leader at state and national events and conferences.
Payment uncertainty in the U.S. healthcare system has become an exhaustive burden for all stakeholders — patient, provider, payer and employer.
As healthcare costs continue to climb and legislative and regulatory attempts to address shortfalls have stalled, it’s imperative a holistic, long-term strategy be implemented to provide access to affordable, effective healthcare in our country.
In his second book, Healthcare Evolution: Helping Providers Get Paid in an Era of Uncertainty, Jonathan G. Wiik, MHA, MBA, provides insights into:
Published March 1, 2020
Available in hardcover, paperback, audiobook and ebook
...and he has a unique understanding of the healthcare business and revenue cycle management. Jonathan’s prose is a pleasure to both listen and read. I highly recommend this book.” — Scott Becker, JD, CPA, publisher, Becker’s Healthcare; partner, McGuireWoods, LLP
...for our share of the cost for healthcare services. Jonathan’s insight on patient and payer behavior is invaluable — his thought leadership certainly will help us through these challenging issues.” — Jason Petrasich, senior vice president, Artificial Intelligence, Meduit
...models the strategies he advocates. His wisdom has guided me and continues to shape my approach to many aspects of healthcare.” — Kelly Clasen, senior director, Business Operations, Middle Park Medical Center
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