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MAXIS Global Benefits Network (MAXIS GBN) in November 2019 announced its selection of INTERVENT International as global provider of a suite of designated digital behavior change and population health management solutions.

The partnership enhances Maxis GBN’s global solutions for the prevention and management of multiple chronic diseases, disability condition management, maternity care, and other drivers of health-related medical costs.

As part of the collaboration, multinational employers working with MAXIS GBN can take advantage of a set of comprehensive behavior change and population health management education programs that can be rolled out globally. INTERVENT is one of the preferred third-party suppliers that make up MAXIS’ Global Wellness solution.


Founded in the United States in 1997, INTERVENT is a physician-led, behavior change and population health management company. The firm develops, licenses, and provides evidence-based, technology-enabled, data-driven programs for the prevention and management of multiple chronic diseases, which helps employers address medical insurance cost drivers.

INTERVENT’s overriding focus is to improve individual and population-based measures of health, while simultaneously reducing healthcare costs, minimizing disability, optimizing well-being, and enhancing productivity.

Their live one-on-one digital coaching solution has served large multinationals on multiple continents and in multiple languages. INTERVENT’s programs have featured in numerous studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, including randomized and independently conducted clinical trials.

INTERVENT’s participant-facing online application provides four solutions as part of a single, integrated platform. Through the new suite of services, MAXIS GBN’s clients may choose any or all of the following wellness solutions:

  • General wellness, including lifestyle management (e.g., regular exercise/physical activity, correct nutrition, weight management and tobacco cessation) and chronic condition management.
  • Maternity lifestyle management.
  • Disability condition management to facilitate a faster return-to-work.
  • Mental health, with a focus on stress management, resiliency, and well-being.
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