September 02, 2014 14:58 ET

AbilTo Names Christopher Benjamin as Chief Technology Officer

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 2, 2014) - AbilTo, Inc., a targeted population health management company providing behavioral change interventions to high-intensity medical populations, announced today its new Chief Technology Officer, Christopher Benjamin.

"Christopher uniquely combines tremendous depth of programming, database, design and integration experience with extraordinary state-of-the-art knowledge," said Michael Laskoff, AbilTo's Founder and CEO. "As Senior Programmer, Christopher brought best-practice disciplines to our development effort; in his new role as Chief Technology Officer, he will have primary responsibility for all aspects of AbilTo's technology infrastructure, data integrity and security, as well as core development." 

"I joined AbilTo because I saw the impactful work they were doing to make positive, lasting changes in people's lives," said Benjamin. "I'm excited to bring my diverse skill set to AbilTo and be a part of an organization that puts people on a path to happier, healthier and more productive lives."

Christopher Benjamin joins AbilTo after almost 20 years in the web development and design industry. After working with music labels Def Jam and Island Records, Benjamin co-founded Fearless Concepts, a design, coding and operations company that worked with such notable clients as LL Cool J, The Killers, Janet Jackson, New Line Cinema, NBC Universal, Comedy Central, Ubisoft and many more. Benjamin's multi-faceted experience brings a fresh perspective, bringing cutting edge technology and healthcare together. 

About AbilTo, Inc.

AbilTo, Inc. ("able to") is a population health management company focused on supporting high-cost populations, such as those with heart disease, diabetes, chronic pain and more. AbilTo provides a proven solution to make people happier, healthier and more productive. The company's eight-week, evidence-based behavior change programs engage individuals and help them make measurable, lasting changes that improve their medical and behavioral health. For more information visit

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