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|Mitchell-Genex Acquires Coventry Workers’ Comp Services|
By Lonce Lamonte and News Release From Scott Public Relations - August 3, 2020
Mitchell-Genex, formerly known as Mitchell International Inc., has completed its acquisition of Coventry Workers Comp Services from CVS Health.
A leading provider of cost containment technology, clinical services, and disability management, Mitchell-Genex announced it has finalized its acquisition of Coventry Workers’ Comp Services from CVS Health. Coventry Workers’ Comp Services is a provider of care and cost management programs for workers’ compensation and auto insurance carriers, third-party administrators, and self-insured employers. Coventry Workers’ Comp Services was formerly a division of Aetna, a CVS Health company.
The acquisition adds Coventry’s leading PPO network to Mitchell-Genex’s continuum of care and cost containment offerings for the workers’ compensation and auto industry.
“Today Mitchell-Genex takes a major step in meeting our continuous objective of offering unparalleled services to our clients while producing better outcomes for injured parties,” said Peter Madeja, President and CEO of Genex Services. “Both Mitchell-Genex and Coventry have a renowned history of delivering superior results. This combination builds on our cost containment technology and clinical service expertise in workers’ compensation and auto casualty and considerably expands our network offerings.”
“This is an exciting day for Mitchell-Genex, Coventry and the industries we serve,” said Alex Sun, CEO of Mitchell. “Coventry is a well-recognized leader and we look forward to identifying new integration and innovation opportunities to enhance our clients’ overall experience across the property and casualty industry.”
Based in Downers Grove, IL, Coventry Workers’ Comp Services has been a leading full-service managed care organization for more than 35 years. Coventry Workers’ Comp Services will continue to be led by Art Lynch, President and CEO, and operate under its brand.
“The future brings new challenges and opportunities to our markets, and we’re proud to join the Mitchell-Genex team in enhancing and developing new strategies to help clients meet the evolving demands of our industry,” said Lynch.
The financial terms of the transaction are not being disclosed.
firstname.lastname@example.org; Lonce Lamonte, journalist and editor, adjustercom.