History | GENEX Services

History

The following timeline marks GENEX’s major milestones and provides perspective on how the disability management industry has evolved.

2014

GENEX Services, LLC acquired M Hayes, a leading case management firm for the workers’ compensation and disability insurance markets.

GENEX Services, Inc. is acquired by Apax Partners, a private equity investment group.

2011

GENEX Services, Inc. acquired Network Synergy Group (NSG), a national occupational healthcare management company that provides physical and occupational therapy network services.

2010

GENEX Services, Inc. became the largest case management provider in the nation through its acquisition of the Intracorp workers' compensation and disability case management business from CIGNA.

2009

GENEX Services, Inc. became one of the four largest radiology networks in the nation through its acquisition of Professional Diagnostic Management (PDM), a national provider of radiology network services to the worker’s compensation market.

GENEX Services, Inc. acquired the Telephonic Case Management business unit of Claimetrics.

2008

GENEX Services, Inc. acquired American Rehabilitation, Inc. (ARI), a regional provider of case management services to the worker’s compensation market.

2007

GENEX Services, Inc. is acquired by Trident IV, L.P. (Trident IV) a private equity fund managed by Stone Point Capital LLC.

GENEX Services, Inc. acquired Choice Medical Management from Unisource Administrators, Inc. changing its name to Choice Provider Network, A Division of GENEX Services, Inc.

2005

GENEX Services, Inc. acquired Independent Review Services (IRS), a provider of Medical Diagnostic Networks (MDN) and Independent Medical Examinations (IME). The network was renamed GENEX Medical Diagnostic Network.

2004

GENEX Services, Inc. acquired IBM (Integrated Benefits Management, L.L.C.) and retained the name of GENEX Services, Inc.

2002

GENEX Services, Inc. acquired ROI and retained the name of GENEX Services, Inc.

1999

Provident Companies, Inc. merged with Unum creating UnumProvident Corporation.

1997

GENEX Services, Inc. was acquired by the Provident Companies, Inc. headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

1994

Corporation’s Name Changed to GENEX Services, Inc.

Merged with Bluebird Acquisition Corporation retaining the name GENEX Services, Inc.

1993

General Rehabilitation Services merged with General Care Review, Inc. retaining the name General Rehabilitation Services.

1978

October 23, General Rehabilitation Services incorporated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.