EnableComp Expands Leadership as Vik Agrawal Joins Board

Posted July 12, 2018

Franklin, TN – EnableComp LLC announced today the appointment of Vik Agrawal to its Board of Directors. Agrawal is a healthcare technology entrepreneur and investor who started several successful businesses in the past two decades.

Currently, he serves as Chairman of Levrx Technology and Managing Partner for Vik Brothers NY.  He previously served as Executive Chairman for Etransmedia, a healthcare IT firm he co-founded in 2000, and grew to employ 700 across 9 locations.  Prior to starting Etransmedia, Agrawal’s work includes roles at Ariba, Symantec, and GE Energy.

“Vik is a terrific addition to our Board and I look forward to working with him,” said David Jones, President and CEO of EnableComp. “He’s a highly successful healthcare entrepreneur who understands RCM. He will be an invaluable resource to us as we grow and expand into other areas of complex claims.”

Jim Lackey, EnableComp’s Board Chairman also commented on Agrawal’s appointment. “We are excited about Vik joining our Board. He totally understands our challenges and our opportunities and can assist the management team and the Board as we execute.”

Vik commented that “EnableComp uses proprietary technology and deep service levels to help Health systems generate higher reimbursements for complex claims.  I am very excited to join the EnableComp board and support the company as it continues its high-growth trajectory.”

Agrawal earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and holds Masters degrees in Management and Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.



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About EnableComp LLC

EnableComp is the full-service provider of workers’ compensation billing and collection solutions with over $10 billion worth of claims processed since 2001. They partner with over 800 healthcare facilities to maximize reimbursement and simplify the complex world of the workers’ compensation process through their industry-leading platform, Enforcer.