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CBCA Administrators, Inc. Announces Partnership with Bravo Wellness
Date:7/10/2009

CBCA Administrators, Inc. (CBCA) today announced a strategic partnership with Bravo Wellness, LLC to deliver results-based incentives for wellness programs.

Columbus, OHIO (Vocus) July 10, 2009 -- CBCA Administrators, Inc. (CBCA) today announced a strategic partnership with Bravo Wellness, LLC to deliver results-based incentives for wellness programs.

Understanding the impact that unhealthy lifestyles will have on future claims costs, CBCA sought to find a partner that meshed with the philosophy that only by empowering members to achieve behavioral goals would a company be able to curb future claim costs. With Bravo Wellness' HIPAA-compliant incentive programs, employers finally have a practical way to reduce healthcare costs.

"It is not enough to expect members to always do the right thing for their health; our clients need a way to encourage compliance and offer rewards for healthy behavior," said Ken Di Bella, President and CEO, CBCA. "Bravo Wellness achieves a measurable ROI with their incentive programs."

By partnering with Bravo Wellness, CBCA will provide its clients with proactive solutions for trimming healthcare costs by reducing overall utilization. This proactive focus differentiates CBCA from its competition by integrating wellness tools with incentive packages for the best possible health outcomes.

ABOUT CBCA ADMINISTRATORS, INC.
CBCA Administrators, Inc. (CBCA) is a full-service benefits management company with offices across the nation. CBCA combines proven strategies, integrated service applications, and innovative products to create a single source for effective health plan management. CBCA partners with employers to identify, implement, and integrate solutions to solve the issues that are most important to our clients. Our expertise and flexibility allow us to bring the best solution to any benefit program. Headquartered i
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