Predictive Health Partners is the brainchild of founder & CEO, Jim Lewis, who has 30+ years of proven entrepreneurial experience, focusing on predictive analytics and engagement strategies.
Prior to Predictive Health Partners, Lewis was co-founder and COO of a medical cost containment and wellness company, specializing in reducing unnecessary medical and workers’ compensation costs. Prior to that, he was CEO and Founder of Relationship Marketing, a national one-to-one marketing agency focusing on using predictive modeling and personalized communication for improving engagement with channel partners and customers for large Fortune 500 clients.
Give us the Predictive Health Partners elevator pitch.
Predictive Health Partners’ waste screening and spending optimization platform (Benjamin™) helps to reduce the inefficiencies of today’s uneconomical healthcare spending, through price and quality transparency.
What have been the company’s most exciting milestones thus far?
The company was selected as a 2019 participant in both the Global Insurance Accelerator and one of just five selected (out of 800 worldwide applicants) for Gener8tor. The company began generating monthly revenue in late 2018. The company has conducted more than 200 stakeholder interviews to better understand and validate customer and user needs for its Benjamin™ product development.
What are the big milestones to come in the next few years for Predictive Health Partners?
Predictive Health Partners’ Financial Model encompases a 3-stage sales approach:
- Our channel partners introduce us to their large clients and TPA’s. We present and close 25% on The Benjamin Report™
- 50% of Benjamin Report™ clients convert to ongoing Benjamin Predicts™
- 50% of Benjamin Predicts™ clients add Benjamin Saves™ for employees
Our model projects the following financials:
What does leadership look like to you?
Having the courage and humility to ask open ended questions, fail fast and learn quickly. We are the best leaders when our teams see us empowering them to be innovative and take calculated risks.
What is the best advice you have received in your career? What is the worst?
Best advice was don’t take yourself too damn seriously (my father). Worst advice was be patient, your time will come (my father).
What have been the most rewarding moments in your career?
Celebrating with my employees in far away places for team goals accomplished.
What is one personal goal for the upcoming year?
Celebrate in a far away place with my team for hitting our team goals.
How do you relax / decompress?
Motion is the potion for me. I need to exercise to rejuvenate.
What do you enjoy most about the Medical Alley community?
Deep subject matter experts combined with super friendly connectors who pull for you.