Evidence-based health and well-being for entire populations.

Product Delivery and Partner Integration

Wherever you're at, we can work with thatTM

Pro-Change has developed award-winning health behavior change solutions for Fortune 500 companies, small to mid-size employers, health plans, healthcare systems, pharmaceutical companies, school districts, universities, care management companies, U.S. government agencies, non-profit organizations, and more.

The work we have done with our partners has included creating new solutions, improving existing products, conducting clinical research, and providing expert consultation on best practices in behavior change, and training in the Transtheoretical Model.

Affordable Licensing, Healthcare Cost Savings

An investment in your population’s health can mean healthcare cost savings and improved well-being. Whether you are licensing the entire LifeStyle Management Suite for a large network of primary care practitioners or purchasing just a few accounts for your own company, Pro-Change has the evidence-based behavior change solutions you need.

Pro-Change Programs result in Healthcare Cost Savings

Modern Technology, Flexible Integration

TTMX, our proprietary behavior change software, is highly adaptable to varied and demanding environments and our user interface, built using cutting-edge web technologies, is constantly being improved through real user feedback from rigorous usability testing. New features, like text-messaging and multi-language support, ensure that our partners are at the forefront of digital health and well-being.

Java, MySql, jQuery, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3

Our Integrity Means Our Partners’ Satisfaction

Our partner Healthways, Inc. describes us this way: “We believe that Pro-Change demonstrates the value of technological innovation, the significant results that can be accomplished through effective collaboration between government, business, and the private sector, and how credible research can enhance quality and cost savings.”

Teamwork achieving great things
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