Mike Ryan has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer and President of MedRisk, the leading managed care company specializing in physical rehabilitation within workers’ compensation. Founder Shelley Boyce is maintaining an active role as Executive Chairman.Mike’s strategic thinking and outstanding leadership have been pivotal to our record-breaking growth. Noting that MedRisk has experienced a 21 percent organic compound annual growth rate during Ryan’s six-year tenure.
As CEO and President, Mike Ryan is responsible for MedRisk’s performance, overseeing strategic business initiatives and providing organization-wide leadership. Boyce is focusing on the ongoing evolution of the company’s product offerings and broader business partnerships.
Ryan has over 19 years’ experience in the insurance industry, having worked with major workers’ compensation carriers and third party administrators. He joined MedRisk in 2011 to develop and implement company-wide growth initiatives and became President in 2013.
Founded in 1994 and listed as one of the Inc. 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies for 11 consecutive years, MedRisk counts over 115,000 providers in its network and serves almost 500,000 injured workers every year. MedRisk is the largest managed care organization dedicated to the physical rehabilitation of injured workers and holds direct contracts with more than 80 percent of the nation’s top workers’ compensation insurers and TPAs.
Based in King of Prussia, Pa., MedRisk is the leader in physical rehabilitation solutions for the workers’ compensation industry. The company’s programs deliver savings and operational efficiencies that are significantly greater than traditional programs. MedRisk, which has successfully completed a SSAE 16 Type II examination, ensures high quality care and delivers outstanding customer service. To that end, all customer service professionals, healthcare advocates and physical therapists are based in the U.S. Customers include insurance carriers, self-insured employers, third-party administrators, state funds, and case management companies.