Phoenix Group, Telesto Digital merge to create next-gen medical communications company

Phoenix Group, a New Providence-based medical communications and speakers bureau company, and Parsippany-based Telesto Digital jointly announced Wednesday they have merged to create eNOVA, a next-generational medical communications company.

Under terms of the merger, current principals from both companies will continue to serve, each holding a managing partner role as part of eNOVA’s leadership team.

Bob Muratore, managing partner, engagement performance, talked of eNOVA’s focus on the health care ecosystem.

“We are a team eVolutionizing medical communications with the power of transformative technology that propels engagement, interaction, and activation across the health care ecosystem.”

Financial terms of the merger were not disclosed.

“Our mission is to help our clients transform engagement by connecting the many stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem with relevant content that advances patient health and wellness,” Tracy Doyle, managing partner, engagement strategy, said.

Al Mahafzah, managing partner, engagement technology, will spearhead the development of cloud-based technology solutions, the company said.

“Our vision is to become the strategic full-service stakeholder engagement company of choice,” he said.

“We believe this merger will transform medical communications and customer engagement,” Angela Fiordilino, managing partner, engagement execution, said.