Jay Anliker is president of Health for UMR (UnitedHealthcare's TPA line of business) and Business Process Outsourcing for Harrington
Health—also a UnitedHealthcare company.
He brings more than 20 years of experience in accounting, finance and
management to his role.
Prior to its acquisition by UnitedHealthcare in January 2008, Anliker was
division president of Fiserv Health and previously held the positions of president
and chief executive officer, vice president and
chief operating officer as well as chief financial officer and
treasurer for Wausau Benefits (a third-party-administrator).
He had been with Wausau Benefits since its
spin-off from its former parent company Wausau Insurance/Liberty Mutual in
Anliker joined Wausau Insurance
Companies in 1993 as manager-property and casualty statutory reporting in financial
services. Later that same year, he
was named director-corporate accounting.
In 1995, he was
elected vice president and controller-financial services, and in 1996 he was
named chief financial officer, serving on the President’s Cabinet. In 1999, he was named senior vice
president for custom accounts underwriting where he was responsible for the
profitable growth of Wausau Insurance Companies’ affinity group business
unit. Prior to
that, he had been with the public accounting firm of KPMG Peat
A native of West
Iowa, Anliker graduated in 1984 with a
bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Northern
Falls. He earned the designation of Certified
Public Accountant (CPA) in 1984 and is a member of the Iowa Society of Certified
Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public
Accountants. Anliker is presently
serving on the board of directors for theUnited Way of
Marathon County. In addition, he served as past president
of the board of directors in 2006, and Campaign Chair in 2004. He is also an active member of the board
of directors for River Valley State Bank, the Performing
Arts Foundation, the Chamber of Commerce and the Leigh Yawkey
Museum. He is a member of the Accounting
Advisory Council of the University of NorthernIowa.