On Wednesday, July 27, Signature Networks PLUS CEO Margaret Wagner and her team were joined by Cypress Mayor Leroy Mills, Council Member Dr. Prakash Narain, and other many others to celebrate the company’s relocation to their new headquarters in the City of Cypress located at 11105 Knott Avenue, Suite D.
Signature Networks PLUS specializes in assisting employers and payers in controlling medical treatment and costs through networks created by nomination and invitation, utilizing the right providers who know and understand the workers’ compensation environment.
The company offers an unlimited list of capabilities to their customers because of their vast corporate network. Within their alliance are companies of all sizes, offering clients powerful resources and a recipe for success. Services offered by Signature Networks PLUS include: Custom Intelligent Networks, Medical Provider Network (MPN), Health Care Organization (HCO), Signature Triage Services, FEHA / ADA Case Review, Medical Case Management, Utilization Review (UR), Telephonic Nurse Case Management, Field Nurse Case Management, Employee Enrollment Services, and Consulting Services.
“I am very happy to be here in the City of Cypress”, said CEO Margaret Wagner. “The City really made the process easy for our company to relocate here”, she continued. “We are not only interested in attracting businesses to our City”, said Mayor Leroy Mills. “We are also interested in retaining them. Our City team members are always available to assist and work with our business leaders.”
Mayor Mills’ daughter Meredith Mills-Youngquist is also a proud member of the Signature Networks PLUS team.
Pictured in this post’s featured photo: Police Lieutenant Rod Cox, Police Chief Jackie Gomez-Whiteley, Signature Networks Plus CEO Margaret Wagner, Mayor Leroy Mills, Council Member Dr. Prakash Narain, and the Signature Networks PLUS Team.
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