Wondr Health Adds Veteran Exec as Chief Technology Officer

Wondr Health said that Greg Tracy joins the company at an exciting time of innovation and growth after years of proven service in the digital health and benefits space.

Greg Tracy has been appointed chief technology officer at Dallas-based Wondr Health, a leader in preventive and chronic care for metabolic, emotional, and physical health transformation.

Wondr Health said that Tracy joins the company at an exciting time of innovation and growth after years of proven service in the digital health and benefits space. Tracy’s appointment is the latest in a series of key additions to the executive team, the company said.

“We are excited to have an established health technology and innovation leader join our team at a time of great momentum and market expansion for the organization,” Wondr Health CEO Scott Paddock said in a statement. “Greg brings extensive experience leading technology and innovation teams that deliver transformative solutions to large employers and health plans.”

A seasoned technology professional, Tracy has more than 25 years of experience, most recently in the digital health space.

Before Wondr Health, Tracy was co-founder and CTO of Propeller Health and went on to serve as VP of Product Development for ResMed after its acquisition of Propeller. His experience with innovation, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, artificial intelligence, and technology will be a strong complement to Wondr Health’s engineering team, the company said.

“I’m excited to join an innovative organization with solutions that transform peoples’ lives,” Tracy said in a statement. “I look forward to working with an exceptional team to build on the success of Wondr Health, and to deliver a highly integrated, seamless, tailored experience for participants and clients.”

Wondr Health said it continues to evolve its solutions to meet the needs of its participants, employers, and health plan partners.

It recently expanded its product portfolio with the introduction of Wondr Advanced, a comprehensive solution that pairs its proven behavior change program with tailored medication management and clinical care to improve health and control costs for obesity management.

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