October 10, 2021 Workers' Comp

WorkCompWire: 6 Ways to Ensure Your Program Crafts Quality IME Cover Letters

<p><strong>By Richard Leonardo, Senior VP of IME and Specialty Services, Genex Services</strong></p>

<p>When you’re in the market for a new home, a real estate agent might show you a property that has “good bones.” Generally speaking, this means the house has a solid structure and agreeable layout. More importantly, it’s well suited to your purpose – whether it’s accommodating a growing family or downsizing for retirement.</p>

By Richard Leonardo, Senior VP of IME and Specialty Services, Genex Services

When you’re in the market for a new home, a real estate agent might show you a property that has “good bones.” Generally speaking, this means the house has a solid structure and agreeable layout. More importantly, it’s well suited to your purpose – whether it’s accommodating a growing family or downsizing for retirement.

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Richard Leonardo

Richard Leonardo is senior vice president of IME and Specialty Services. He joined Genex in 2019 and is a highly experienced executive with proven success directing sales and operations. With more than 15 years of experience, he has extensive knowledge of the insurance and managed care industries. Richard previously served as CEO of Ascential Care Partners and also held senior leadership positions at FairPay Solutions, Express Scripts and Healthcare Solutions. He began his managed care career with FairPay where he led the revitalization of the business, automating the specialty review process which led to significant profitable growth and an eventual sale to Mitchell International.

Location

Dallas, TX

Area of expertise

Independent Medical Exams