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Healthcare Solutions Appoints Joe Pagano to Executive Vice President of Managed Care Services

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 14, 2014

Healthcare Solutions, the parent company of Cypress Care, Procura Management, ScripNet and Modern Medical, today announced the appointment of Joe Pagano as executive vice president of managed care services. In this position, Pagano will provide executive oversight and direction for Healthcare Solutions’ PPO, medical bill review and case management divisions. In this position, Pagano will serve on the company’s executive leadership team.

“I am excited to have Joe join the company’s leadership team where his strong industry experience will further enhance the managed care leadership already in place,” said Joe Boures, president and CEO of Healthcare Solutions. “Healthcare Solutions’ managed care service offerings have grown over 80% annually since 2010, and Joe’s focus on product innovation and operational excellence will allow the company continued success in expanding and delivering important cost savings to our customers.”

Prior to joining Healthcare Solutions, Pagano served as vice president of product strategy and analytics for The Travelers Companies where he was responsible for the company’s personal lines third party data analytics and strategy division. Before joining Travelers, Pagano served as vice president of managed care services at Sedgwick where he was responsible for the Specialty Risk Services (SRS) Managed Care organization after Sedgwick’s acquisition of the TPA division from The Hartford. Prior to this acquisition, Joe served as vice president of managed care services at The Hartford Financial Services’ SRS division where he was responsible for providing strategic direction, development and execution of medical cost containment programs to reduce workers’ compensation claims costs. In this role, he was accountable for financial and operational results of nurse case management operations, medical bill review, PPO networks and ancillary medical cost containment services.

“Healthcare Solutions’ managed care division has a strong reputation for assisting workers’ compensation payers reduce medical costs and achieve healthy outcomes for injured workers,” said Pagano. “I’m excited to join a company with a strong commitment to measuring and delivering quality results to its customers.”

Pagano holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics with a concentration in financial markets from Colby College in Waterville, Maine and a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in management consulting and finance from the University of Connecticut. He is also six sigma green belt certified.

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About Healthcare Solutions

Healthcare Solutions, Inc. is the parent company of Cypress Care, Procura Management, ScripNet and Modern Medical. Through its subsidiary companies, Healthcare Solutions delivers integrated medical cost management solutions to over 800 customers in workers’ compensation and auto/PIP markets. The company’s clinical- and technology-based services include pharmacy benefit management, specialty healthcare services, PPO networks, medical bill review, case management and Medicare set-aside services. Healthcare Solutions has twice been recognized as one of the Fastest Growing companies in Georgia by Georgia Trends magazine and has received recognition by the Technology Association of Georgia for technology innovation. Utilizing market-leading technology, Healthcare Solutions delivers demonstrated benefits and savings complemented by deep industry expertise. For more information, please visit

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