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MSC to Offer Surgical Implant Cost Management Solution through Acquisition of Integrated Healthcare Services
Date:10/4/2011

sts continue to increase and liens and litigation resulting from vague legislative guidelines plague our customers," stated Jim Snow, CEO and co-founder of Integrated Healthcare Services. Snow co-founded Integrated with Michael Ferraro, its President, in 2006 to develop a better delivery model for cost containment programs to workers' compensation employers and insurers. "We feel that our teaming up with MSC will not only serve our customers with a more comprehensive cost savings program but also allow us to bring our surgical cost containment program to more customers at a quicker pace. In today's business and economic environment, employers and payers need significant savings now and our combined programs will bring costs down and improve their management of these key areas of potential abuse."

About MSC

Headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., MSC is a care management company focused on coordinating care for its customers' post-discharge and post-injury workers' compensation claimants. MSC's customers include the nation's leading workers' compensation insurers, third-party administrators and self-insured employers. MSC offers customers four highly focused product and service areas, each with distinct expertise but available via a single point of contact. These are: Catastrophic & Home Health Services, Equipment & Device Management, and Transportation & Translation. For more information, visit www.YourMSC.com.  

About Integrated Healthcare Services

Headquartered in Anaheim, CA, Integrated Healthcare Services is a national specialized ancillary services company that serves the workers' compensation industry. IHS provides a full array of durable medical equipment, medical supplies, home health services and specialized management services.  For more information, visit www.integratedhcs.com.  


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