By ET Bureau - August 04, 2022 3 Mins Read
ScriptRx, Inc., Bravado Health, LLC, and TreatRx, LLC (“Bravado Health”), leaders in digital health technology, today announced that Mallory Tai Taylor, current Chief Operating & Financial Officer of the three entities, has been unanimously elected by the Board of Directors as the new Chief Executive Officer. She assumed the role on August 1.
“I am honored to have been elected as Bravado Health’s next CEO. It is a privilege to be part of an organization that delivers innovative healthcare solutions with such high-quality service to the best clients and helps to develop the most talented professionals into leaders,” said Taylor. “We are an organization led by a vision – to connect the world through personalized digital healthcare while making complex patient care simple to everyone Bravado Health touches. I will serve by enabling our leaders and team to fulfill our shared vision and passion of making a difference.”
Taylor succeeds Chris Lazzara, who has been unanimously elected as non-Executive Chairman of the three entities. Lazzara joined Bravado Health in 2020 and navigated it through a worldwide pandemic while creating a product offering transformation that saw the creation of Ayva, an exceptionally dynamic patient engagement platform.
“I can think of no one better to lead Bravado Health into its next growth chapter. Mallory’s experience as COO & CFO in her short tenure at Bravado Health combined with her impressive 15-year career and her visionary and operational leadership style —make Mallory the perfect choice to lead Bravado Health,” said Chris Lazzara.
Prior to her role as COO & CFO at Bravado Health, Taylor served as CEO of her own consulting firm, clients of which included government entities, digital health organizations, public health organizations, and venture capital firms. She was the co-founder & CEO of a digital mental and behavioral health start-up prior to its acquisition. She has also served as Vice President of one of the largest digital health resellers in the country, where she created and led several divisions, including their mergers & acquisitions (M&A) sector, tripling their revenue, product, and client footprint.
As part of the company’s new vision, Bravado Health will be relocating its headquarters to the Tampa Bay area, while also keeping a location in West Palm Beach. Taylor believes this move will support Bravado Health’s strategic growth initiatives, with Tampa Bay being recently named the No. 1 Emerging Tech City in the U.S. by Forbes and with its supportive tech community, including ample resources and talent.
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