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Sean O'Donnell joins the workers' compensation case management firm as Chief Revenue Officer

Owings Mills, Md. (April 28, 2016) – Restore Rehabilitation's President/CEO Pam Anthony announced today that Sean O'Donnell has joined the company to serve in the role of Chief Revenue Officer. Based in Maryland, Restore Rehabilitation is a medical and vocational case management company focused on reducing the impact of workers' compensation claims on injured workers, insurers, third-party administrators, and employers.

"Sean brings more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience to this important position," Anthony said. "And, the timing of his appointment is critical as we continue to expand our service offerings and national footprint. His work history including both the payer and provider side of workers' compensation brings a unique perspective to our firm."

O'Donnell formerly served as senior vice president of Sales and Marketing for Bunch CareSolutions.
"I am excited to join Pam and the Restore Rehabilitation team that delivers high-quality nurse case management solutions. Since its inception in 2006, Restore Rehabilitation has consistently expanded and diversified its portfolio," O'Donnell noted. "Through the utilization of highly qualified clinicians engaged earlier in the life cycle of a claim, the organization is reducing total medical costs while improving the quality of life for injured employees."

"We are thrilled to have Sean come along side our leadership team because he adds significant experience in medical management and is uniquely qualified to lead our business development objectives. Sean will enable our sales and account management team's effort to meet their growth goals, while solidifying our current clientele and enhancing our communication strategies," Anthony added.

About Restore Rehabilitation
Serving the workers' compensation community, Restore Rehabilitation provides national telephonic case management and field case management services in 21 jurisdictions. It offers an early intervention program, bilingual services, catastrophic case management, life care planning, file reviews, and medical cost allocations. Based in Owings Mills, Maryland, Restore Rehabilitation can be reached at 866-581-8771 or www.restorerehab.biz.

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Contact: Helen Patterson, APR, King Knight Communications, 813-690-4787; helen@kingknight.com