CSG Upgrades Technology Infrastructure to Support Customer Service “Supercenter” and National Expansion

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Stan Tomasevich, CIO of Consolidated Services Group

Stan Tomasevich, CIO and SVP

The improved resiliency, security and flexibility will benefit all medlogix® users and clients, providing improved performance and significant scalability for future expansion.

Consolidated Services Group, Inc. (CSG), a technology-driven, clinically-based medical claims management provider, today announced that Xtium, a leading enterprise cloud software and solutions company, will provide the enhanced technology infrastructure to support the company’s new Hamilton, New Jersey “supercenter” and continued nationwide expansion.

Founder and CEO Michael Morrone said, “This state-of-the-art technology infrastructure advances CSG’s position as a medical claims management innovator. The increased capabilities will support our nationwide expansion, empowering CSG to compete successfully with any medical management provider.”

CSG will utilize Xtium’s state-of-the-art top-tier data centers to host CSG’s medlogix® technology to provide increased performance, resiliency and data redundancy. The infrastructure will also offer improved security and disaster recovery capabilities. Importantly, it will deliver increased capacity and flexibility for future growth and agility.

CIO Stan Tomasevich said, “We are very excited to deploy this powerful Xtium technology solution. The improved resiliency, security and flexibility will benefit all medlogix® users and clients, providing improved performance and significant scalability for future expansion.”

medlogix®, CSG’s proprietary web-based case management and bill review software, integrates all CSG services in a customizable, user-friendly platform. With real-time access to the ongoing medical management of a claim, users can track step-by-step case progress for medical case management, case status, provider billing and IME status. Nurses and adjusters can communicate online in real time using the medlogix® bulletin board messaging system. Leveraging this technology, CSG provides a direct link to information and decisions critical to maximizing efficiencies in the complex, claims-handling process.

“Xtium is pleased to be CSG’s trusted technology partner and provide the infrastructure and managed cloud hosting services to support its growth and innovation,” said Tim Buckley, CEO, Xtium. “We look forward to assisting CSG in its continued nationwide expansion and providing its users and clients with improved technology performance.”

About Consolidated Services Group (CSG)
Consolidated Services Group (CSG) is a technology-driven, clinically-based medical claims management provider specializing in managed care, utilization review and bill review services. CSG offers a complete, integrated solution, including seamless collaboration through our proprietary medlogix® technology; recommendations from highly qualified medical professionals; and access to a nationwide network of premier health care providers through select PPO affiliates. CSG’s powerful mix of medical expertise, proven processes and innovative technology delivers a more efficient, disciplined insurance claims process. The result is reduced severity, lower expenses and increased productivity for the auto insurance and workers’ compensation insurance carriers; third party administrators (TPAs); and government entities we serve. Visit http://www.csg-inc.net to learn more.

About Xtium
Xtium is a leading enterprise software and solutions company providing managed cloud hosting, online backup and virtual disaster recovery services. We offer companies the most secure virtual private cloud experience with guaranteed application performance across the network. Our architecture is flexible, allowing customers to remain in control. We are the only enterprise service company certified to deliver Riverbed®, SAP® and VMware® technologies. To learn more, please visit http://www.xtium.com.

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