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Mitchell International Inc., a San Diego-based provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions for property/casualty claims and collision repair, on Thursday said it has invested in Consumer Health Connections L.L.C., a Milwaukee-based telehealth firm serving the workers compensation industry.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Consumer Health Connections builds cloud-based technology solutions intended to bring telehealth benefits to injured workers, Mitchell said in a statement. The company offers injured workers immediate virtual access to medical providers for initial and follow-up appointments, tele-rehab services and virtual claim reviews, as well as an integrated end-to-end solution that provides transparency and accuracy in the triage and claims process, according to the statement.
“We are excited by the possibility of how Consumer Health Connections’ telemedicine technology could improve the way injured workers receive care,” Nina Smith, Mitchell’s executive vice president and general manager, said in the statement. “Our investment in this company that has the potential to help shape the future of healthcare in the Property & Casualty industry aligns with two of Mitchell’s core values — driving technology innovation and connecting our clients to services and partners that further enhance the claims process and improve the overall customer experience.”
Charles Taylor Adjusting, a London-based property/casualty claims management provider, on Thursday said it has appointed Vince Cole as U.S. CEO and regional head.