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Lirio adds four new Distinguished Research Fellows to its Behavioral Reinforcement and Learning Lab

Lirio, the Knoxville-based behavior change artificial intelligence company helping health systems and large employers move patients and employees towards better health outcomes, has announced the addition of four key hires to its Behavioral Reinforcement and Learning Lab (BReLL). Two of the four new Distinguished Research Fellows have ties to either or

Lirio announces partnership with Bon Secours Mercy Health, launch of new Behavioral Reinforcement Learning Lab

Two big announcements in the past week from Lirio LLC, the Knoxville-founded company that developed a behavior change artificial intelligence (AI) platform that moves people along their unique journey to better health through person-centered communication. In what can only be described as a major development, Bon Secours Mercy Health and

Patrick Hunt says Lirio has “grown quite a bit”

By Tom Ballard, Chief Alliance Officer, PYA “We’ve grown quite a bit,” Patrick Hunt, Chief Strategy Officer at Lirio, says of the West Knoxville company that specializes in hyper-personalized communications to influence individual’s decisions and actions. To illustrate the point, he cites a staff level that is approaching 50 employees

Lirio subsidiary launches Finworx360 product

Knoxville start-up Finworx has launched its latest product. Dubbed  Finworx360, it is described as “a practice management solution that helps (financial) advisors better understand their clients’ risk preferences and biases to communicate in a way that leads to better outcomes.” Read the recent release here and our mid-2017 article about Lirio,


(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first in a series of articles spotlighting companies competing in this year’s “The Works” growth accelerator operated by the Knoxville Entrepreneur Center {KEC}. The teams will have their “Demo Day” on September 20 as part of the second annual “Innov865 Week.” To register, click here.)

“The Works” graduates seven companies after 12 weeks in KEC’s growth accelerator

By Tom Ballard, Chief Alliance Officer, PYA Seven companies came together yesterday to celebrate their progress after 12-weeks of participating in the Knoxville Entrepreneur Center’s (KEC) “The Works” accelerator. As KEC Executive Director Jim Biggs observed at the beginning of the event, 68 companies have now graduated from the organization’s