Memphis, TN (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Progressive Medical and PMSI announces today that the two companies, which merged in October 2013, will be known as Helios starting August 18, 2014. The company delivers comprehensive pharmacy benefit management services including end-to-end pharmacy, ancillary, and settlement solutions to the workers’ compensation and auto no-fault markets.
“While our name and look are changing, our commitment to doing what’s right is unchanged,” said Tommy Young, Co-CEO. “We will continue to provide exceptional service, proactively share intelligence with our clients to ensure they have the best information to manage their businesses, and deliver innovative solutions to effectively drive down costs and improve both clinical and financial outcomes.”
The name was chosen because it embodies the vision, values, and personality of the organization and captures the legacies of the two companies, according to H. Barry Jarnigan, Chief Marketing Officer. “Helios captures the energy, strength, reliability, and consistency of our company as well as our passion and dedication for providing exceptional, accountable service.”
Helios will be a new name in the workers’ compensation and auto no-fault markets; however, it will be built upon Progressive Medical and PMSI’s legacy of innovative products and exceptional service. Along with the name, the company will unveil a new logomark at the Workers' Compensation Institute's annual conference beginning August 18.
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About Progressive Medical - PMSI:
Progressive Medical and PMSI, soon to be Helios, is the leading expert in pharmacy benefit management, ancillary services, and settlement solutions for workers’ compensation and auto no fault insurance. With corporate offices in Memphis, Tennessee, the company has nearly 1,400 employees in offices in Tampa, Florida; Westerville, Ohio; Price, Utah; and Salt Lake City, Utah. With nearly 60 years of combined industry leadership, Progressive Medical and PMSI empowers payers to do the right thing for the injured worker by ensuring the right decisions are made at the right time. For more information, visit http://www.FirstFilltoSettlement.com