BATON ROUGE, La. --- LCTA Workers’ Comp (LCTA) recently announced it has named Troy James Prevot, PA-C, MBA, as its fund administrator. In this position, Prevot will be responsible and guide the day to day operations of the self-insured fund. He also serves as the executive director of the Louisiana Commerce and Trade Association.
“Prevot’s experience in the healthcare industry combined with business management experience from his years as a workers’ comp consultant and previous upper-level position at a regional workers' comp carrier, makes him an incomparable leader for LCTA Workers’ Comp,” Melissa Campesi, CEO of LCTA, said. “His background in the healthcare industry provides unique insight for his executive position at the largest self-insured fund in the state of Louisiana.”
Prior to joining the LCTA Workers’ Comp team, Prevot spent five years as the senior vice president of LUBA Workers’ Comp. As senior vice president at LUBA, Prevot oversaw claims, information technology, compliance, internal control, and LUBA Care. He was also able to gain experience and oversight of the legislative process as he helped craft legislation to change worker’s comp in Louisiana by developing medical practice guidelines. Prior to serving as senior vice president, Prevot was the manager of LUBA Care, a division of LUBA Workers’ Comp.
In addition to his time at LUBA, Prevot served as s a consultant for Occupational Athletics, Inc. He is also the owner of Occupational Health Consultants, LLC, where he has consulted industries regarding workers’ compensation among other programs.
Before joining the insurance side of the business, Prevot spent more than 20 years in the healthcare industry. Prevot applied his degrees from the Wake Forest School of Medicine’s physician’s assistant program and Louisiana State University’s health science and MBA programs to careers in sports medicine and orthopedics. Prevot founded and was managing partner of Comprehensive Occupational Health Resources (CORE) securing contracts and providing occupational health services to leading industrial service companies and Fortune 500 companies in several states
Throughout his career in healthcare, Prevot completed more than ten research projects, including published works.
Prevot is a member of multiple professional organizations, including the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge and the LSU MBA Alumni Association. Among his other committee memberships are the Louisiana Association of Self Insured’s Advisory Council and positions on the Louisiana Governors’ Advisory Council on Workers’ Compensation, where he served as the chair of pharmacy and electronic billings task force, and on the Louisiana Advisory Committee for the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI). His service includes work with HOPE Ministries and the LSU Wesley Foundation.