Goodwin advised AbleTo, Inc. on the deal
AbleTo, Inc., a leading provider of virtual behavioral health care proven to improve clinical outcomes and lower health care costs, executed its acquisition of Joyable, an app-based digital therapy innovator.
The acquisition strengthens AbleTo’s high-quality virtual behavioral health care with a digital platform that delivers clinically-based therapies supported by coaches to help individuals overcome depression, generalized anxiety, and social anxiety.
AbleTo, Inc. is a market leader in providing technology-enabled behavioral health care. It has been treating patients for over six years, and improves patient outcomes and lowers costs by providing treatment that integrates behavioral and medical health care. AbleTo’s structured therapy programs strengthen medical recovery and self-care among members with chronic or complex clinical needs.
Joyable Inc. offers the first comprehensive mental health system designed to address individual needs, ensure access to the right support, and track outcomes rigorously. This is made possible by Joyable’s digital therapeutics, an app that’s as effective as face-to-face therapy.
The Goodwin team included partners Danielle Lauzon (Picture), Sarah Bock, Janet Andolina and Al Solecki, and associates Anne Cataldo, Deanna Osganian, Maya Fe Holzhauer, Morgan Frisoli and Todd Pollock.
Involved fees earner: Janet Andolina – Goodwin Procter; Sarah Bock – Goodwin Procter; Anne Cataldo – Goodwin Procter; Morgan Frisoli – Goodwin Procter; Maya Fe Holzhauer – Goodwin Procter; Danielle Lauzon – Goodwin Procter; Deanna Osganian – Goodwin Procter; Todd Pollock – Goodwin Procter; Albert Solecki – Goodwin Procter;
Law Firms: Goodwin Procter;
Clients: AbleTo Inc.;