New Chief Technology Officer deepens Peerfit’s relationship with health care carriers
Peerfit, a digital platform that makes it easy for insurance carriers, brokers and employers to offer boutique fitness classes to their clients and employees, has added Adam Lowe, an experienced health technology industry executive, to its team as Chief Technology Officer.
Lowe brings more than 10 years of experience in the technology industry to his role at Peerfit. Most recently, he was Chief Technology Officer for WellMatch, a subsidiary of Aetna that’s creating technology tools to help consumers shop for and select health care services.
Prior to WellMatch, Lowe was a member of the leadership team that grew Hashrocket into a top-tier web and mobile consulting company, co-founded Herringbone ATS, an applicant tracking technology company, and consulted with companies on how to drive business value through technology. In previous roles, he worked on technology solutions for Bank of America, Sony, Gannett, Google and Aetna. Over the past five years, he’s led teams that have created more than 75 web and mobile software applications.
“Adam’s experience and skills will help Peerfit scale through a period of fast growth,” said Edward J. Buckley, III, Ph.D., CEO of Peerfit. Scott Peeples, Peerfit’s President added, “his expertise is a perfect fit to our culture and will continue to improve our technology and integration opportunities with major players in the healthcare space.”
As Chief Technology Officer, Lowe will be responsible for leading Peerfit’s development team, driving the strategy for Peerfit’s technology infrastructure, APIs and information security with a focus on increasing scale and eliciting new integrations with carriers, employers, studios and partners.
“I’ve focused on technology to propel businesses forward throughout my career,” said Lowe. “I’m excited to leverage my experience in healthcare into using Peerfit’s technology to help redefine wellness in the workplace.”
Peerfit is a digital platform that’s helping insurance carriers, brokers and employers redefine corporate wellness programs. Peerfit gives employees access to a network of premium fitness studios – offering a variety of classes that cater to all levels of fitness – using workplace wellness dollars. Companies only pay for employees who use Peerfit, which allows organizations to instantly upgrade their wellness programs without a premium price. For more information, visit Peerfit.com.