James Biorge Phones & Addresses

  • Clearfield, UT
  • 791 Country Rd, Fruit Heights, UT 84037 (801) 546-4224
  • 888 Heartwood St, Kaysville, UT 84037 (801) 544-0414
  • Farmington, UT
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • 888 Heartwood Cir, Fruit Heights, UT 84037 (801) 358-4659


Company: Libertysmart, llc. May 2005 Position: Chairman/ceo


School / High School: Brigham Young University 1975 to 1977 Specialities: Business management


Executone-Top Ten Excellence Award, Nati...


Religious studies, teaching young men, a...



Information Technology and Services



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Chairman/Ceo, 1Stetech &Amp; Libertysmart

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Chairman/CEO at LibertySmart, LLC., Chairman/CEO at 1steTech
Greater Salt Lake City Area
Information Technology and Services
LibertySmart, LLC. since May 2005

1steTech since Dec 1999

IC One/Schimatic Cash Transaction Network Feb 1997 - Sep 1999
Brigham Young University 1975 - 1977
Hillcrest High School 1969 - 1972
High School Diploma, General Education
Religious studies, teaching young men, assisting new entrepreneurs, tennis, skiing
Honor & Awards:
Executone-Top Ten Excellence Award, National Ski Patrol Appointment

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
James Biorge
1st Etech Inc
Security System for Smart Cards
888 Heartwood Cir, West Kaysville, UT 84037
(801) 544-0414
James E. Biorge
Libertysmart LLC
Business Services at Non-Commercial Site · Nonclassifiable Establishments
888 Heartwood Cir, West Kaysville, UT 84037
James Biorge
Heartwood LLC
Business Services at Non-Commercial Site
888 Heartwood Cir, West Kaysville, UT 84037


Us Patents

Healthcare Benefit Management System And Method

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US Patent:
20080059251, Mar 6, 2008
Aug 30, 2006
Appl. No.:
James Biorge - Fruit Heights UT, US
International Classification:
G06Q 10/00
G06Q 40/00
US Classification:
705 4, 705 2, 705 1
A system for managing a healthcare benefits plan based upon estimated or actual employee healthcare expenses including an employer computer, a processing center, and an issuing bank in communication with one another via a network. The employer computer includes an enrollment module configured to enable a plurality of employees to enter preventive and medical expenses incurred or to be incurred by themselves and their dependents as part of enrolling in the healthcare benefits plan. The processing center includes an accounting and reporting module configured to generate periodic statements regarding the usage of the healthcare benefits plan. The issuing bank is configured to establish a plurality of healthcare benefit accounts on behalf of the employees and to issue a healthcare benefit card to each employee. The employer computer has a benefit management module configured to establish and/or monitor the performance of the healthcare benefits plan and to adjust the contributions made to the insurance premiums and healthcare benefit plans based on the employee expenses as entered in the enrollment process or from periodic statements generated by the accounting and reporting module of the processing center.

Method And System For Allocating And Redeeming Incentive Credits Between A Portable Device And A Base Device

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US Patent:
58060456, Sep 8, 1998
Jul 8, 1996
Appl. No.:
James E. Biorge - Fruit Heights UT
Richard T. Hauge - San Jose CA
Jerome Svigals - Redwood City CA
CardOne Development Company - Fruit Heights UT
International Classification:
G06F 1760
US Classification:
705 14
A customer incentive system involving a plurality of service or merchandise providers comprises a customer-carried, portable device (74), a provider device (76), and a base device (72). To earn incentive credits, the customer enters into a transaction with one of the providers participating in the incentive system (70). A transaction amount is derived from the transaction and, based on this amount, an incentive credit amount is computed. The base device (72) performs this computation by deriving an incentive code and cross-referencing this incentive code with all customer incentive codes stored on the customer-carried device (74) and incentive program codes stored on the provider device (76) to derive an incentive rate. This incentive rate is applied to the transaction amount to derive the incentive amount. The incentive amount is stored on the customer-carried device (74).
James E Biorge from Clearfield, UT, age ~68 Get Report