IBH Acquires Leading West Coast EAP Provider – Claremont EAP

September 02, 2020

Chicago – September 2, 2020. Integrated Behavioral Health (“IBH”), a nationwide leader in behavioral and population health, announced its acquisition of Claremont EAP.

Headquartered in Alameda, CA, Claremont is a high-touch provider of Employee Assistance Programs (“EAP”), with a focus on both public sector and commercial employee groups. Claremont provides EAP services to approximately 140 thousand members and focuses on proactive prevention, early intervention, and practical resolution of workplace employee problems.

“As IBH has grown over the years into one of the larger and most advanced behavioral healthcare companies in the US, it’s been critical that we stay laser-focused on the nuanced needs of our customers and patients. We understand that healthcare is a local experience and that each customer deserves a partner that recognizes and delivers personalized attention with unwavering attention to quality and customer service,” said Dan Clark, CEO of IBH.

Claremont has known the IBH team for many years and is thrilled to be joining such a forward-thinking organization. IBH’s focus on quality and additional resources, particularly in the area of digital health, is a great fit with Claremont’s hands-on approach to EAP,” said Tom Farris, President of Claremont EAP.

IBH continues to seek additional investments across Digital Therapeutics, Managed Behavioral Health & EAP, and Population Health Analytics.

About Integrated Behavioral Health

IBH is one of the US’s leading population health management companies, delivering world class EAP, Managed Behavioral Health, Wellness, Data Analytics and Opioid Assessment and Treatment Solutions across the United States. IBH has successfully managed treatment and benefits for self–insured employers, medical and disability carriers, and health plans for over 30 years. The company currently serves over 8 million members, representing 150,000 individual clients across the United States. With a focus on positive outcomes through clinically validated methods and tools, IBH reduces claims and costs for organizations while improving the lives of its people.

Dan Clark

CEO, Integrated Behavioral Health

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