Lake Forest, CA – Definiti Healthcare Management, a national workers’ compensation cost containment provider, recently announced its name change to Definiti Comp Solutions, effective immediately. The name change reinforces the company’s passion and competence in medical bill review based on its proven history of providing “best net-value” and cost savings to its wide array of prestigious clients. Concurrently, Definiti Comp Solutions promoted COO Amaro Ngo to President/COO of the company. Mike Guerrero remains CEO/Chairman and will continue to work closely with Ngo on developing the corporate culture and long-term strategies.
“The new name and leadership reflects our continued commitment to provide best practices and savings to our clients in reducing their workers’ compensation medical expenses,” says Mike Guerrero, CEO/Chairman of Definiti Comp Solutions. “Amaro and I have worked together for nearly 20 years. He is the right person to drive the initiative of making Definiti a leader nationally in medical bill review.”
The performance of a top tier Bill Review Provider can result in a significant lower cost for workers’ compensation payers, adding much more to their bottom line results. Definiti accomplishes higher net savings through the unique combination of their forensic technology and a team of highly skilled detectives who have it in their DNA to Discover, Negotiate and Advocate for their clients’ success.
Ngo has worked for Definiti since 2005 and has developed strong relationships nationwide through his 25 plus years in the workers’ compensation cost containment space. “It is a distinct honor to give him the reins of Definiti as he has more than earned the title of President,” adds Mike Guerrero. “In the last 10 years, Amaro has been highly instrumental in the development of Definiti from its humble beginnings. I’m confident he will continue to keep Definiti anchored in its value-driven culture.”
Ngo’s leadership will help Definiti Comp Solutions meet all of their goals at a more aggressive pace without losing sight of the company’s foundational customer service.