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Canadian-based Novus Health To Open U.S. Office In Los Angeles, California

Novus Health, a Canadian-based provider of health navigation and corporate wellness solutions, is expanding into the United States with the opening of a new client services and business development office in Los Angeles, California.

The firm said its new US facility will allow the company to offer its services across North America to serve clients better and leverage leading US health technologies for the unique needs of the Canadian market.

Novus Health offers its proprietary solutions to insurers, employers, financial service providers, and health and wellness providers for better management of health costs and promotion of good health. Novus Health helps millions of Canadians navigate the complexity of healthcare by providing them with trusted health information and empowering them to make informed health decisions.

"We were the first in Canada to create an integrated health care navigation platform and our product portfolio includes health risk assessments and drug and disease management solutions. Our in-house technology team, health professionals, and contact centres provide us with the capabilities to offer innovative solutions that meet the unique and varied requirements of the Canadian market - such as, multiple regional healthcare systems, languages, and local regulations. We can easily extend these capabilities to the US," says Robin Ingle, CEO.

"Expanding to the US allows us to further support our Canadian clients', as well as US-based organizations who have cross-border needs in order to provide comprehensive health and wellness services to the entire North American market. Our products are designed to integrate well with other health and wellness offerings," says Erinn Macaulay, Senior Account Executive & Lead Product Manager, US Business Development.

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