Memphis, TN – Sedgwick recently announced that Josephine Copeland has joined the company’s managed care division as senior vice president of product design and strategy.
Copeland brings to Sedgwick over 20 years of industry experience. In her new role, she will lead Sedgwick’s efforts to develop innovative, state-of-the-art managed care and medical cost containment solutions that drive optimal outcomes for clients and claimants.
“Demonstrated through her years of experience and exceptional work, it’s clear that Josephine is a leader in our industry, and I am thrilled to welcome her to our team,” said Andrea Buhl, president of Sedgwick’s managed care operations. “I look forward to collaborating with her as we continue to develop our offerings in order to provide the best solutions and care for our clients and their employees.”
Copeland is known across the industry for her breadth and depth of expertise and has received notable accolades for her achievements. In 2019, she was recognized as a Business Insurance Women to Watch honoree and served on panels at the BI Women to Watch Diversity & Inclusion event and National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Wesley College.
“I am honored to join Sedgwick’s managed care leadership team and am eager to dive in and provide clients with the tools to safely and effectively reintegrate employees back into the workplace,” Copeland said. “I am excited to be part of an organization that strongly aligns with my values and puts the care of people at the center of their work.”
Sedgwick’s managed care solutions focus on helping organizations safely bring employees back to the workplace following an illness or injury. As treatment and productivity options evolve, Sedgwick provides clients with the latest solutions for quality care centered on helping employees recover. The company’s integrated solutions include comprehensive claims and managed care services.
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