Alliant Bolsters Healthcare Data and Analytics Capabilities, Acquiring Wisconsin-Based BSG Analytics
Acquisition brings industry-leading data integration, risk adjustment, modeling, and actuarial benchmarking solutions under the Alliant banner
NEWPORT BEACH, CA — Alliant has acquired BSG Analytics (BSGA), a national leader in healthcare data integration, risk adjustment, modeling, and actuarial benchmarking. The Wisconsin-based company will join Alliant’s Employee Benefits Group, providing a full range of leading-edge data and analytics tools and resources to the national division.
“Joining forces with BSGA and its world-class team of data scientists adds to the deep bench of talent in our analytics practice,” said Tom Corbett, Chairman and CEO of Alliant. “BSGA’s reservoir of data and analytics tools will further augment our ability to optimize the performance of our benefits solutions, while reducing healthcare costs and maximizing value for our clients.”
Founded in 2012, BSGA is a full-service healthcare analytics company serving a diverse client base that includes provider systems, carriers, coalition groups, advocacy groups, and the brokerage community in its home state of Wisconsin and throughout the U.S. BSGA is regarded across the industry for its ability to employ data science to improve the ways in which care is provided, resulting in enhanced quality, improved efficiency, and reduced costs.
“Alliant, with its national reach and diverse resources, will provide a powerful platform by which we can reach an even broader base of clients and provide high-impact data solutions,” said Jerry Frye, Founder and CEO of BSGA. “This partnership will enable us to take our proven model of success and bring even greater value to our clients and partners.”
BSGA and its team will join Alliant and will continue serving clients and broker partners from its current Pewaukee, Wisconsin headquarters. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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