For the 6th Annual HBS and Harvard Entrepreneurship Summit's Extended Community
SAN FRANCISCO, California - April 28th 2015 - Sensentia is pleased to announce that it was awarded the Harvard Business School Association of Northern California's New Venture Competition award for the Extended Community Track during the 6th Annual HBS and Harvard Entrepreneurship Summit.
From the website:
"The HBS Association of Northern California is excited to open the 2015 New Venture Competition to all startups in our extended Bay Area community. A select few companies will be provided the opportunity to compete against each other and experience many of the great benefits that the NVC has to offer. "
"We are deeply honored to win the award especially against such strong competition. The companies we competed against were very strong as you would expect given the university's capacity to produce such innovative ventures," said Jan Jungclaus, CEO of Sensentia, "We can only thank the Harvard Business School Alumni for their consideration."
Sensentia is providing artificial intelligence solutions in which consumers and providers have real time access to health plan benefit and eligibility information. Sensentia's technology was tested and challenged in a pilot study with a major health plan, the company's benefit and eligibility inquiry system had nearly perfect accuracy in answering member and provider requests. Overall, Sensentia's system had better results than the health plan's call centers which resulted in a significant return on investment.
For more information on the New Venture Competition, visit http://www.hbsanc.org/article.html?aid=1430.
Sensentia is an artificial intelligence company focused on enhancing consumer and provider access to health plan information allowing them to make better and more appropriate decisions about their healthcare. Sensentia's mission is to drive down the cost of healthcare operations through their innovative technology solutions. Sensentia emerged from the highly-rated Californian digital health incubator, Rock Health, in 2013. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and has offices in Miami, Florida. For more information, visit www.sensentia.com.