Paradigm, a complex care provider based in Walnut Creek, Calif, announces it has acquired Owings Mills, Md-headquartered case management company Restore Rehabilitation. Restore Rehabilitation will be integrated into Complex Care Solutions and will operate under the Paradigm name.

The acquisition will strengthen Paradigm’s Complex Care Solutions division, which is focused on achieving outcomes while optimizing costs for cases involving complex injuries, according to a media release from Paradigm.

“Our aim is to set a new standard for managing complex healthcare needs with a service-driven approach that focuses on outcomes,” says Marijo Storment, CEO, Paradigm Complex Care Solutions, in the release. “Restore Rehabilitation expands our ability to service more clients nationwide with a team of case managers who are the best at what they do.”

In addition to case management, Paradigm Complex Care Solutions capabilities’ span nurse triage and telepresence, transitional return to work, physician advisory services, and complex pain management. The acquisition of Restore Rehabilitation will add 250 employees, who will provide field coverage in 27 states and nationwide telephonic coverage.

“Our team shares the same deep commitment to client and patient outcomes that Paradigm does, and I am looking forward to working with John Watts, Marijo Storment and the entire team at Paradigm to bring best-in-class services and support to more injured workers,” states Pamela Anthony, president and CEO of Restore Rehabilitation, the release continues.

[Source(s): Paradigm, PR Newswire]