Benefits Science Technologies Competitors, Revenue and Alternatives

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Boston, MA USA
Total Funding:$0.66M
Industry:Tech Services
Lead Investor(s):N/A
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Benefits Science Technologies's estimated annual revenue is currently $7.7M per year.
  • Benefits Science Technologies's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000
  • Benefits Science Technologies's total funding is $0.66M.

Employee Data

  • Benefits Science Technologies has 53 Employees.
  • Benefits Science Technologies grew their employee count by 18% last year.
  • Benefits Science Technologies currently has 1 job openings.
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We are innovators with a strong academic heritage. The Benefits Science Technologies data science team is regarded as one of the leading analytics, optimization, and computer science teams in the world. Our co-founder, Dr. Dimitris Bertsimas, co-director of the Operations Research Center at MIT, has co-authored more than 220 scientific papers in optimization, data mining, applied probability, and quantitative finance and has written 4 textbooks that are used in over 40 universities around the world. We are problem solvers with deep experience. Dr. Bertsimas, recognized as an early pioneer in healthcare analytics, helped create a leading healthcare analytics tool (D2Hawkeye) in 2001. BST innovation continues through our association with the Operations Research Center at MIT. We are data quality leaders. We combine proprietary techniques (supervised and unsupervised machine learning algorithms) with advanced data science and predictive modeling to augment traditional actuarial science. We look at more data, more often and with more granularity. We provide specific medical plan recommendations optimized to employers budget and population health, with an accurate assessment of plan performance, enabling plan owners to manage their plans more responsively. We prescribe specific actions. In minutes, BST's Health Plan Optimizer considers billions of scenarios, removing unforeseen inefficiencies and eliminating less favorable options to design plans that meet the specific needs of the members while respecting the budgetary constraints and goals of the employer. Like other solutions, we define what has happened and what is likely to happen next. While these are important steps, clinical information is not the same as financial direction. And that is what distinguishes BST from other solutions we provide prescriptive action. It's a significantly more complex calculation to recommend specific actions tailored to meet plan objectives and only BST offers it.

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Executive Contacts

Sirine JaziSenior Account ManagerEmail Available
Neil LarsonChief Strategy OfficerEmail Available
Bridget NevinsOnboarding Manager
Bryan HawkinsDirector of Account ManagementEmail Available
Stephen SofoulPresident/CEOEmail Available
Lanna NunezOnboarding ManagerEmail Available
Jocelyn JiangAccount Manager & ActuaryEmail Available
Jasmin HemdaniLead Data ManagerEmail Available
Russell RobertsAccount ManagerEmail Available
Justin AlgerAccount ManagerEmail Available

Benefits Science Technologies News

09/03/2019 - CORRECTING and REPLACING Empyrean Announces ...

Empyrean partners with Benefit Science Technologies to help employers and their benefit consultants improve healthcare plan design, ...

09/08/2019 - Empyrean Announces Partnership with Benefits Science Technologies

About Benefits Science Technologies. Launched from the campus of MIT in 2012, BST is recognized as one of the world's leading research and ...

09/03/2019 - Benefits Science Technologies Announces New Partnership ...

Benefits Science Technologies (BTS) is a known global leader in providing innovative healthcare analytics delivery. The organization was ...