Mission: The Genex corporate mission is to provide exceptional health care and disability management solutions to our customers, to be a strategically important business partner and, through our competitive spirit and unsurpassed delivery of innovative services, to create a brighter ...
Bringing Together the Heart and Science of Medical Management
Genex was founded in 1978 with the same directive it operates under today — helping injured workers return to their jobs in a safe and efficient manner through compassionate case management, thus reducing health care costs and disability expenses for our customers.
We are a leader in integrated managed care services focusing on three critical areas:
Workers’ Compensation and Disability Management
Medical Cost Containment
Social Security Representation
Our medical and business professionals provide comprehensive care management and multicultural services from locations across the United States and Canada.
Customer satisfaction keeps the foundation of our business strong. The integrity and expertise of our employees, a passion for quality and innovation, and our ability to reliably drive positive results, has helped us earn the trust of our customers, who include 381 of the Fortune 500 companies and many of the top payers in the segment.
Driven by our commitment to improve outcomes for injured workers and our customers, Genex is the most experienced medical managed care provider in the industry. Our timeline provides perspective on how the disability management industry has evolved.
General Rehabilitation Services incorporates in Pennsylvania October 23
Merges with General Care Review Inc.
Name Changed to Genex Services Inc.
Merges with Bluebird Acquisition Corp.
Provident Companies Inc. acquires Genex
Provident merges with Unum creating UnumProvident Corp.
Genex acquires ROI
Genex acquires Integrated Benefits Management (IBM)
Genex acquires Independent Review Services (IRS), a medical diagnostic networks and independent medical examinations provider. The network becomes Genex Medical Diagnostic Network.
Trident IV, a private equity fund managed by Stone Point Capital, acquires Genex.
Genex acquires Choice Medical Management from Unisource Administrators, changing its name to Choice Provider Network, A Division of Genex Services Inc.
Genex acquires American Rehabilitation Inc., a regional case management services provider to the workers’ compensation (WC) market.
Becomes one of four largest radiology networks in the U.S. after acquiring Professional Diagnostic Management, a national radiology service provider to WC market.
Genex acquires Claimetrics’ telephonic case management business.
Becomes largest case management provider in the U.S. by acquiring Intracorp’s WC and disability case management business from CIGNA.
Genex acquires acquires Network Synergy Group, a national occupational healthcare management company that provides physical and occupational therapy network services.
Apax Partners, a private equity investment group, acquires Genex.
Genex acquires M Hayes, a leading case management firm for the WC and disability insurance markets.
Genex acquires leading case management firm ICM.
Genex acquires CID Management, a leading WC provider of utilization review software and services.
Genex acquires medical bill review leader Alpha Review Corporation.
Genex Services acquires IME leader Med-Eval.
I worked at Genex Services part-time (More than 3 years)
Flexible hours, able to work from home. Great support from field office.
Can spend a lot of time on the road driving to various appointments due to traffic &/or distance
Advice to Management
take into consideration of drive time/distance when determining case load
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Genex Services (Baltimore, MD).
One on one at home office. Met with supervisor. Job expectations explained. Review of documenting requirements and electronic system. Overview of continuing education requirements. Salary and bonus structure. Overview of insuarnace carriers and their expectations.