OMERS-backed Paradigm buys Restore Rehabilitation

Paradigm, which is backed by OMERS, has acquired Restore Rehabilitation, a case management company that provides field coverage in 27 states and nationwide telephonic coverage. No financial terms were disclosed. Bailey Southwell provided financial advice to Restore Rehabilitation on the deal. Based in San Francisco, Paradigm is a Medicaid reimbursement billing partner serving local education and government agencies.

PRESS RELEASE

NASHVILLE, TN – (April 2, 2019) – Bailey Southwell & Co. (“Bailey Southwell”), a Nashville-based healthcare and tech-enabled services investment bank, is proud to announce it acted as exclusive financial advisor to Restore Rehabilitation, a leading case management company that provides field coverage in 27 states and nationwide telephonic coverage, in its sale to Paradigm, the industry leader in solving complex healthcare challenges and improving lives for injured workers. Paradigm is backed by private equity firm OMERS.

Bailey Southwell, who has a successful history of working with case management firms, leveraged its unique experience and knowledge in the payer services sector to present why Restore Rehabilitation was a very attractive acquisition opportunity for a potential buyer.

Starting with two case managers servicing a small regional area in 2006, Restore Rehabilitation has grown to 250 employees providing field, vocational, and telephonic case management solutions. Restore Rehabilitation is focused on reducing the impact of workers’ compensation claims through evidence-based interventions to achieve safe recoveries efficiently and cost-effectively.

Restore Rehabilitation’s highly regarded case management solutions for the workers’ compensation industry and knowledgeable team will expand Paradigm’s national case management presence, enabling Paradigm to deliver its service-driven, outcomes-focused approach to complex healthcare needs to more clients nationwide.

“Bailey Southwell took the time to understand my goals for the transaction and worked with speed to orchestrate an expedited process,” commented Pamela Anthony, President and CEO of Restore Rehabilitation. “By leveraging their extensive knowledge of the industry, Bailey Southwell identified the significant benefits that Restore Rehabilitation would provide to a potential strategic buyer. After years of building the company, bringing in the right advisor to help lead a sale was extremely important – Bailey Southwell was my trusted partner.”