BHE Company Overview
BHE is an independent health analytics company with over two decades of experience in designing and conducting research that assesses the value of medical technologies. We enable analytic teams from diverse disciplines to generate evidence on how medical advances can improve patients’ health in an affordable way.
At BHE, our mission is to deliver innovative analytics solutions that answer complex healthcare questions.
Instant Health Data
Instant Health Data (IHD) is BHE’s powerful real-world evidence (RWE) analytics platform. Researchers at the top life science and health analytics organizations leverage IHD to perform a wide range of data analyses without the need for time-consuming and costly custom programming. IHD dramatically reduces the time required to generate meaningful results in response to pressing research questions, enabling more insights, faster than previously possible.
Jobs at BHE
Joseph Menzin, Ph.D.
Founder & CEO
Joseph Menzin, Ph.D. is the CEO of BHE, a health analytics research firm that he founded in 1996. He has more than 30 years of experience in the fields of outcomes research, epidemiology, and informatics. Dr. Menzin spearheaded the development and launch of BHE’s flagship analytics platforms. He has authored several dozen papers in medical, pharmacy, and outcomes research journals across a wide range of subjects from clinical trials to program evaluation. He serves as a reviewer for numerous journals, and is a member of many professional associations. Dr. Menzin has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Rochester and earned his doctorate in Economics from Boston University.
Chief Technology Officer
Jordan Menzin, BA, serves as Chief Technology Officer at Boston Health Economics. His areas of interest include software design and programming, health informatics, and economic modeling. He has been successful in building and maintaining BHE’s software systems and simulation models. Of note, he led the design and implementation of Instant Health Data (IHD) which enables life sciences companies to perform rapid analysis across disparate data sets. He received his Bachelor's in Economics from McGill University.
Matt Sussman, MA
Head of Modeling & Evidence
Matthew Sussman, MA is Head of Modeling & Evidence at BHE. Mr. Sussman has nearly 20 years of business-to-business consulting experience, including more than 11 years of experience in health economics and outcomes research. He has conducted a wide array of outcomes research studies, including cost-effectiveness and budgetary impact analyses, retrospective databases analyses, burden of illness analyses, patient-reported outcomes, clinical trial evaluations, and randomized clinical trials. His experience has spanned a number of disease areas, including immunology, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, infectious diseases, mental disorders, and oncology. He is a member of the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) and is an executive committee member of the ISPOR Boston chapter. Mr. Sussman received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and a graduate degree in Economics from Boston University.
Dr. Mark Friedman, MD
Dr. Mark Friedman, MD, serves as Medical Director for Boston Health Economics. He is a part-time practicing internist with more than 20 years of clinical and pharmacoeconomics consulting experience. He has management experience in the formulary and managed care implementation processes and also plays a major role in the design and implementation of clinically-oriented outcomes research studies, including evidence-based medicine studies, clinical-trial–based evaluations, prospective outcomes studies, and economic models. He is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians. Dr. Friedman is a graduate of Columbia University and attended the Harvard School of Public Health.
Working at BHE
BHE’s mission is driven by our dedicated team of life science researchers and software engineers.
Our team is growing and we’re building a culture that continues to innovate while keeping the needs of our customers at the forefront of everything we do.
If you’re looking to join a creative team at a collaborative, market-leading organization, we would like to hear from you.
To deliver innovative analytics solutions that answer complex healthcare questions.
BHE Core Values:
- Prioritize Customer Success
- Cultivate Innovation
- Strive for Excellence
- Promote Continuous Learning
- Foster Collaboration
It’s awesome getting to work with everyone from clients to recent graduates to KOLs and thought leaders. It’s very rewarding working with such a wide array of people and sharing a mutual understanding of how we view complex problems and solutions. We are also at the cross-section of modeling and real world evidence (RWE). It’s been interesting to watch the interaction between both research areas unfold. The nerd in me loves the fact that I get to use calculus and statistics every day!
I’ve always loved interacting with business intelligence personnel in life sciences, for the simple fact they keep me up–to–date on what is going on in the market. I feel very fortunate because not everyone has the opportunity to speak with pharmaceutical, biotech and med device organizations at this level, so I feel privileged to go out and help solve business questions. It’s also great to be a part of a team like BHE that is so committed to being expertsin the RWE and HEOR space. Even though I’ve only been at BHE for a short time, the quality of people here has made a huge impression on me. It certainly motivates me to come in every day and roll up my sleeves and get to work.
Although my degree is specialized, my role isn’t and I can dip my toes in a lot different projects. These can range from coding data visualizations to creating training slide decks to writing up methodology for an analytics project. I also really like my coworkers. They are all very smart and energized to be here. It’s a very dynamic atmosphere and the work is constantly changing. I’m enjoying learning more about real world data analytics and the various methods necessary to implement large database studies. It’s a great space to be in right now as the technology is constantly changing.
Welcome to BHE’s new headquarters in the heart of Boston’s Financial District.
Check out the amazing view from BHE’s front desk.
You'll be greated with friendly faces.
Take a seat and relax next to the harbor view.
Connect with peers over a cup of coffee in our lunch room and lounge.
Time out to recharge with a healthy snack.
Take in the view and brainstorm new ideas.
Our kitchen is fully stocked with coffee, tea, and lots of snacks!
Unwind with some tabletop games or coloring books in the lounge.
Our view from the kitchen. In fact, the entire office has amazing views of downtown Boston and the harbor.
Working in the Engineering Room.
Our Support Team is there for our clients whenever they need us.
We love our MacBooks.
Teams connect in one of our several conference rooms.
Multiple departments gather in our board room.
Collaborating and innovating together.
BHE's CTO and Director of Business Development connecting on the job.
Our Head of IHD Analytics leads important discussions.
BHE's leadership team in action.
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