Greg Licata

Greg Licata

Greg Licata is an industry leader and frequent speaker and consultant on healthcare payments. As Chief Product Officer, he is responsible for DataPath’s development of products to address challenges facing the healthcare market space and holds particular expertise in CDH administration in addition to debit, credit and virtual card payments. Greg has over a decade of … More >>

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Glen Hoffman

Glen Hoffman

Glen Hoffman is the Vice President of Investment Services, and is a DataPath company principal. Since joining the company in 1992, Glen has been instrumental to DataPath’s growth and success through his innovative products and thoughtful leadership. He is the architect behind our best-in-class HSAToday® platform. Glen has been designing, developing, and implementing solutions for … More >>

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John Robbins

John Robbins, Jr.

John Robbins, Jr. is the President/CEO of DataPath, Inc., with responsibility for molding the company’s vision and providing the leadership needed to stay at the forefront of the consumer-driven healthcare industry. He has more than 25 years of CDH industry experience. Since becoming CEO in 2011, John has led the company through extraordinary growth, more … More >>

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Governor's Challenge Award

DataPath Honored with Governor’s Quality Award

DataPath, Inc, a software development company that builds powerful software systems that administer healthcare benefit plans and specialized payment solutions, was awarded a Governor’s Quality Award on September 15, 2015. DataPath was one of six recipients of the Challenge Award, and company president, John Robbins Jr., was on hand to accept the honor. The Governor’s … More >>

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FSA, HRA, HSA, COBRA, Insurance Payments

IRS Announces 2016 HSA Contribution Limits

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced new 2016 HSA contribution limits. HSA plans are popular among workers who are enrolled in high-deductible health plans (HDHP) because they can make untaxed contributions into an account for medical expenses, reducing their overall tax bill to the IRS. In addition, account holders can roll over unused funds … More >>

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White Paper: The Missing Link in Provider Payments

Sky-high medical workers’ compensation payments and increasingly complex claims are calling for a streamlined solution to manual provider payment processes Introduction Caring for injured workers is more complex than ever before. In 2012 alone, workers’ compensation medical costs to providers increased to $30.8 billion¹, a staggering increase from years past. This upward trend, coupled with … More >>

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The Hidden Costs of Indemnity Payments

A recent white paper published by DataPath finds that traditional processing methods for indemnity payments may be costing claimants and businesses more than they anticipated. In an evolving 21st century world, people move frequently or work remotely, and some do not have easy access to their home banks. A staggering number of workers, an estimated 25 million people, … More >>

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White Paper: The Hidden Costs of Indemnity Payments

Traditional indemnity payment costs may result in higher workers’ compensation claim costs Introduction Indemnity payments represent a significant portion of workers’ compensation spend – anywhere from 40 to 60 percent of claim costs. While they don’t receive a lot of attention, increasing administrative burdens and processing fees associated with indemnity expenses are thwarting payers’ abilities … More >>

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