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Kevin Banion Named CEO of Progressive Medical, Inc.
Date:1/19/2011

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Progressive Medical, Inc., a leading pharmacy benefit manager and ancillary services provider focused on the workers' compensation and no-faulty auto industries, has named Kevin Banion as chief executive officer. Banion will also continue his current role as president of Progressive Medical. This strategic move for the organization comes at the same time that David Bianconi recently announced that he will serve as chairman of Progressive Medical.

"Kevin has been an integral part of our growth and success and I am delighted to see him take over as CEO," said David Bianconi, chairman of Progressive Medical. "I'm confident that under his leadership we can deliver even more innovative solutions to the workers' compensation and auto no-faulty industries."

With more than 21 years of experience managing finances and operations within the healthcare industry, Banion has been with Progressive Medical since 1999. Banion is responsible for creating and maintaining Progressive Medical's unique culture where employees can thrive as individuals, in turn allowing them to provide excellent customer service while positively impacting the bottom line.

"I'm very excited to take over this new role as CEO, especially during such an exciting time for our organization and the industry at large," said Kevin Banion, president and CEO of Progressive Medical. "I look forward to working with all of our associates to develop unique solutions for our customers."

About Progressive Medical, Inc.

Through a national network, Progressive Medical, Inc. offers cost management services and products to the workers' compensation and auto no-fault insurance industries. Progressive Medical has invested more than 20 years of experience in developing innovative pharmacy management and ancillary solutions for its clients. By combining its clinical expertise with access to an expansive network of pharmacies, home health
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