Objective Sx was created in concept by a group of doctors and Workers' Compensation experts identifying a need in both quality focused medical care as well as customer service. Objective Sx invites the best, like-minded and conscientious doctors to offer these services. We are the only physician owned and directed provider network of surgery services.
Our Mission is to provide a system of care through which like-minded physicians, aligned by quality and cost conscientiousness, are committed to providing consistent, quality patient care with predictable costs. We respect patient care above all else, while recognizing the ever increasing cost of medical services and the declining economic resources.
Our Vision is to become a national network providing services to, and through, workers’ compensation insurers, TPA’s, and other health insurance (non-government) plans; recognized as an innovator and the national leader in the provision of cost effective, value-based surgical procedures and healthcare services to the workers compensation, group health care systems, and public sector.
Objective Surgical, LLC has chosen the Sue Schneider Foundation to support her legacy of providing love, compassion and medical care to those less fortunate. With the resources available through the OSx concept, the opportunity and responsibility to give back will be taken to a greater extent through both philanthropy and research.
Locally, we encourage all network participants to reach out to those less fortunate in their areas through groups like Indiana’s Genneserat group, offering free health clinics to the homeless.
Medical Advisory Board
Kevin Julian, M.D.
Dr. Julian graduated from Indiana University Bloomington and then received his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1999. Dr. Julian completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine in 2004. He has served as Orthopedic Section Chief at Community Hospital South since 2007. Dr. Julian is currently in private practice at Greenwood Orthopedics and serves as Chief of Staff at Community Hospital South in Indianapolis, IN.
Kent Remley, M.D.
Dr. Remley graduated from Indiana University Bloomington and then received his medical degree from The Indiana University School of Medicine in 1982. Dr. Remley completed residencies at the University of Utah Medical Center in general surgery in 1984 and diagnostic radiology in 1989. Dr. Remley served as clinical assistant professor at the University of Minnesota until 1993. More recently, Dr. Remley has served as the Director of Radiology as well as Medical Director at CDI in Indianapolis until December 2012. He is currently in private practice offering services in neuroradiology and interventional pain management.
9/10/14 Objective Surgical: Bringing quality and cost full circle
An introduction to our surgeons and process.
National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference
November 19-21, 2014
Las Vegas, NVhttp://www.wcconference.com