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Mitchell International Inc., Genex Services LLC and Coventry Workers Comp Services announced on Wednesday a merger of the three property/casualty service providers under new parent brand Enlyte.
The company also announced the creation of a customer and market operations team, which will merge the casualty sales, client services and marketing teams from all three organizations. The new team will be led by Nina Smith, who currently serves as executive vice president and general manager of Mitchell’s Casualty Solutions Group.
The Mitchell, Genex and Coventry brands will continue all existing operations and services in the auto physical damage, auto casualty, workers compensation and disability spaces.
Mitchell and Genex merged in 2018 and acquired Coventry in 2020.
Art Lynch became CEO of Downers Grove, Illinois-based Coventry Workers’ Comp Services, a unit of Aetna Inc., in November 2013 and is responsible for Coventry’s overall revenue, operations, networks, pharmacy and care management products. He spoke to Business Insurance Deputy Editor Gloria Gonzalez about the opioid epidemic, return-to-work programs and how technology can help improve treatment outcomes for injured workers. Edited excerpts follow.