Detailed the plan, highlighting the divesture of an insurance brokerage operation and other ancillary businesses
The senior management team of Intercare Holdings Insurance Services has announced a series of strategic moves that focuses the Roseville-based company on its core competencies. The strategic move is seen as a result of the development of its new long-range plan.
George McCleary, CEO, has detailed the plan, highlighting the divesture of an insurance brokerage operation and other ancillary businesses.
Mr. McCleary said: “This decision enables Intercare to concentrate exclusively on workers compensation and liability claims administration, and managed care cost containment services. In line with this action, our company has reshaped its management team and streamlined the overall organisational structure.”
The company’s chief operations officer, Agnes Hoeberling along with Corporate level officers, Kathleen Cooper, Bruce Miller, David Thompson, Allan Avriett and Sandra Jimenez, manage a team of 300 claims and managed care cost control specialists. They provide services specifically tailored and customised to the issues, work environment, and exposures of their public and private sector clients.
Intercare is also engaged in a program of reinvestment in its business. It is using its resources to selectively expand its services, augment staff expertise, extend geographic footprint and procure technology to advance client service.