Cleveland-based Bravo Wellness has acquired Chicago-based PUSH Wellness. The companies both provide personalized, progress-based health improvement goals that materially reward each program participant. 

PUSH  most recently invested significant capital into its technology platform to improve infrastructure for communications, data management and configurable incentive designs.

“We are elated to join forces with Bravo and to play a meaningful part in the company’s continued success," PUSH CEO Josh Golden said in a statement. "Bravo’s stellar reputation and demonstrated results are a great fit for PUSH customers and employees.”

“PUSH’s sophisticated technology platform and talented team members will immediately enhance Bravo’s ability to meet or exceed customer demands,” Bravo Founder and CEO Jim Pshock said. "With the financial strength of our parent company, Medical Mutual, the world-class health resources available through our partnership with Cleveland Clinic, nearly two million members accessing our solutions, and 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.”

The PUSH staff will remain in Chicago.