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Healthcare Management Expert Witness Jon Wampler

Jon R. Wampler
Healthcare Management Consultant
88 Westcourt Ln
San Antonio TX 72857
phone: 949-933-8823
Jon R. Wampler, the former CEO/President of PacifiCare of California, has over thirty years of experience in Healthcare Management. His experience running a Fortune 200 sized company and working with large national employers as well as governmental agencies gives him unique insight into this country’s healthcare system.

Experience operating a $6 Billion, 4000 employee HMO/Medicare risk program serving 2.2 Million insureds puts Jon Wampler in the company of very few CEOs in the US. The breadth of his experience in almost every facet of managed health care enables him to integrate knowledge from a wide variety of sources to bring to bear in the area of expert witness testimony.

Mr. Wampler provides litigation support services to attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defense. He is often able to focus the strategic direction of a case based upon nuances a less experienced or informed expert would miss. Having testified as an expert witness approximately 20 times, Mr. Wampler speaks plainly and directly, is easily understood, and projects confidence in his presentations.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Managed Healthcare Operations
  • Physician, Hospital and Ancillary Care Contract Negotiations
  • Capitation
  • Sales and Marketing Operations
  • Training, Development, Team Building
  • Building Medical Groups
  • Directing Service Area Expansions
  • Acquisitions
  • Member Services Management
  • Credentialing and Credential Review
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • View Jon Wampler's Consulting Profile.
    5/14/2014 · Healthcare
    When Congress recessed and members returned to their districts, they mostly heard, "Keep your hands off my healthcare!" In light of the government's recent inability to successfully establish, operate and pay auto dealers accurately and on time in a straightforward and seemingly simple process (cash for clunkers), what can we expect from a government bureaucracy charged with operating an extremely complex healthcare system that is neither straightforward nor simple?