Bravo Wellness has acquired Chicago-based Push Wellness as the two employee wellness program providers join forces.
Both companies focus on personalized, progress-based health improvement goals that are achievable and “materially rewarding” for participants, resulting in rates of engagement, risk reduction and customer retention that far exceed industry norms, Bravo said.
Bravo founder, President and CEO Jim Pshock said his company brings the financial strength of parent company Medical Mutual and health resources available through a partnership with Cleveland Clinic.
“Push’s sophisticated technology platform and talented team members will immediately enhance Bravo’s ability to meet or exceed customer demands,” Pshock said in a statement. “Now the addition of this powerful technology from Push, Bravo is poised to support many more people on their wellness journey while reducing risks and driving down costs for health plans, employers and employees alike.” Read More: Cleveland Business Journal