December 17, 2017

One Call Medical and MSC Care Management Announce Merger Agreement

Parsippany, NJ – One Call Medical, Inc. (OCM) and MSC Care Management, (MSC) recently announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement. The merger brings together two market-leading providers of specialized services that support the workers’ compensation industry. The two companies will operate under the One Call Medical parent entity and will offer a comprehensive suite of solutions to assist claims professionals in achieving superior outcomes.

Don Duford, Chief Executive Officer of One Call Medical, commented on the merger: “This is an exciting opportunity and a decisive move in our strategy to provide best-of-breed solutions that impact the claims life-cycle. The merger of our two highly complementary organizations will put us in an even stronger position to deliver quality, expertise, and cost savings in highly specialized areas of service. MSC’s highly experienced team supports our mission in every aspect of our business and culture.”

“For over 25 years, we have devoted ourselves to finding best-in-class solutions within our core area of expertise,” said Joe Delaney, MSC’s President and CEO. “Our guiding principle has been to focus on meeting our customers’ needs by combining product and clinical expertise with the most highly skilled network of locally based providers committed to delivering the best service possible. One Call Medical and MSC share the same DNA, our like-minded approach will produce unparalleled solutions and customer satisfaction.”

In the joining of the leadership teams, Don Duford, will be Chief Executive Officer of the combined entity and Joe Delaney will assume the role of President. Together, the leadership teams will continue to provide the highest quality of service with an increased ability to draw upon the expertise and resources for which OCM and MSC are well known. Both OCM and MSC are highly respected in the industry and will remain sharply focused on their respective core competencies.

The companies expect to complete the merger within the next 30 to 60 days, subject to satisfaction of all customary closing conditions.

Source: OCM

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