In Its Commitment to Technology, Cherokee Legal Holdings Creates New Position, Hires Product Management Expert
April 8, 2021 – Atlanta – Today, Cherokee Legal Holdings (“Cherokee”), a full-service direct legal and medical services company, providing financial assistance for plaintiffs, payment for medical care and the servicing of third-party, torte action receivables for medical providers, announced the hiring of Jonathan Razza as Vice President of Platform Innovation & Architecture. Jonathan started with Cherokee in March.
Cherokee has built a best-in-class technology platform with core competencies designed specifically to effectively service and manage tens of thousands of third-party liability liens simultaneously. Packaged as a platform and set of proprietary processes called “lien servicing” for healthcare providers, Cherokee’s lien servicing tool and capabilities has proven to deliver superior financial returns at a substantially lower cost than traditional in-house solutions.
“We are a technology-centric, data-driven company; we were in need of someone like Jonathan to take our platform, and services, to the next level,” said Cherokee CEO, Reid Zeising. “Jonathan’s extensive background in product management coupled with his experience in similar high growth, fast-paced environments like ours make him an excellent match for our organization. We are thrilled to have him on board.”
Prior to joining Cherokee, Jonathan was the Vice President of Emerging Technologies for Liaison, now OpenText, a data integration company. While leading the Liaison portfolio of products, Jonathan played a key role in the merger with OpenText. As the Senior Director of Product Management for OpenText, Jonathan was most recently responsible for global product strategy and the product roadmap for Trading Grid, the world’s no.1 integration managed services platform handling over 26 billion transactions and over $9 trillion in commerce per year.
For Cherokee, Jonathan will be responsible for defining strategic priorities and product vision. He will lead the internal development teams and execute product proof of concept ideas while assessing third party solutions for future product roadmaps.
Cherokee recently announced the launch of Gain Servicing (www.gainservicing.com), a SaaS-based, AI-enhanced third-party servicing platform. As Vice President of Platform Innovation & Architecture, Jonathan’s primary focus will be on driving excellence in product and platform strategy and execution.
About Cherokee Legal Holdings
Cherokee Legal Holdings (“Cherokee”), parent company of Cherokee Funding and Gain Servicing, is the fastest growing legal funding and medical lien servicing company in the United States. Cherokee has built a best-in-class technology platform with core competencies designed specifically to effectively service and manage tens of thousands of third-party liability liens simultaneously – this has proven to be much more effective than if a provider were to manage any volume of liens in-house.
More about our companies:
- Cherokee Funding (cherokeefunding.com) provides monetary advances for personal injury victims to pay for their life needs and medical procedures while they await fair settlements.
- Designed for healthcare providers, Gain Servicing (gainservicing.com) is built on a SaaS based, AI-enhance lien servicing platform and provides revenue cycle management (RCM), financial, underwriting, risk management, settlement, collections and reporting services to healthcare providers who treat personal injury victims.
Fundamentally, Cherokee believes that uninsured and underinsured patients who have suffered injuries in an accident, through no fault of their own, should have access to the same high-quality medical care as insured victims. In addition to Cherokee Funding and Gain Servicing, Cherokee has established a non-profit organization built around personal injury victim access to medical care. Stay tuned for more details, www.allpatientaccess.com.