Exercise and medical programming company WEL is joining the roster of healthcare-related tenants at Catalyst HTI, a health innovation center in Denver’s River North (RiNo) neighborhood.
WEL provides exercise and medical programming to complement its members’ healthcare plans.
“WEL is working to change the healthcare industry, and Catalyst will provide both the pulpit and environment that allows us to communicate our knowledge and conversations on exercise and medical integration,” WEL President Nick Edwards said. “WEL is providing the staff and thought leadership around exercise and medicine that is going to change the way people view healthcare and exercise. Getting the Catalyst community on board with this change and collaborating with this community for pieces of their expertise will help us to achieve this goal and drive outcomes.”
WEL delivers care across multiple sites in Denver and across the United States. Within Catalyst HTI, WEL will bring its proprietary technology suite to the facility’s fitness center. It will host events and forums featuring the most advanced technologies and techniques in the industry. WEL is on track to have more than 250,000 members by 2020; its location at Catalyst HTI will help expand its offering and voice.
Catalyst HTI, which opened in early July at 35th Street and Brighton Boulevard, is bringing together a variety of industry disruptors in healthcare. Organizations in Catalyst HTI will have access to potential clients and investors in established companies, while larger corporations can surround themselves with emerging technologies in an environment filled with entrepreneurs and growth companies. Other tenants include Delta Dental, the American Osteopathic Association, Hitachi Consulting and the University of Denver.