Artower Advisory Services joins the Symbria family of companies
We are pleased to announce that Artower Advisory Services, LLC, became a Symbria company yesterday. This acquisition makes Artower a wholly owned subsidiary of Symbria, Inc., and strengthens the breadth and capability of both companies.
Artower is a consulting firm located in Willoughby, Ohio, just outside Cleveland. Founded in 2011 by Principal Scot Park, the company, like Symbria, specializes in serving senior-living providers. Scot will continue to lead Artower as President of the new Symbria division.
"Symbria President & CEO Jill Krueger and I have recognized for some time how well our companies align in terms of culture, market, and mission," said Artower Advisory Services President Scot Park. "Artower is joining Symbria's other three business lines, Alliance Rehab, Symbria Rx Services, and Symbria Analytics, and we expect to realize valuable synergies as we move forward together."
The acquisition combines both companies' knowledge and experience in creating innovative business solutions for senior-living organizations and the individuals they serve:
- Both organizations embrace innovation and execute it effectively and ethically through advanced programs, services, and products.
- Artower's proprietary strategic planning approach is purposefully aligned with the unique challenges that senior-living providers face. Their experienced team also offers business and financial planning; real estate development, including market planning and feasibility; operational and clinical performance improvement; and Alzheimer's/dementia care programming.
- The programs and services that Symbria's other business lines provide represent natural extensions for execution of the sound, results-oriented planning advice that Artower delivers.
"Our combined teams are hitting the ground running developing initiatives that take a fresh approach to addressing challenges like value-based purchasing, aging in place, the expansion of senior-care quality metrics, trending and correlation of outcomes, and others," according to Krueger. "We are taking full advantage of our new broader base of talent and opportunities for collaboration to become a new incubator for uncommon ideas."