Talem Health Analytics mission is empowering insurance professionals and clinicians with technology to emulate the rapidly changing insurance industry. Our principles focus is raising the bar of medical treatment, improving data analytics within healthcare, promoting collaboration and growth for insurance companies. Researching both clinical and technology parameters is one of Talem’s core competencies, delivering evidence based cost effective solutions .

Our Story

Talem was born out of the desire to meet the demands of an evolving insurance and rehabilitation industry. A unique approach of combining gold standard research in forensics, evidence based treatment and claims management to produce one of the industry's first companies that can directly influence claim cost by providing a better care cycle. Our focus is on delivering immediate actionable insights empowering the insurance company to make better decisions surrounding medical approval.

Our solution simplifies the medical management side of insurance claims, giving direction immediately once the claim has begun. Enhancing the decision making process of diagnosis and treatment approval. Effectively reducing total claim cost, reducing medical upcoding and litigation. Smarter decisions produce a more effective treatment for the patient, workflow efficiencies for the insurance company.

Talem health is committed to merging evidence based research with industry leading machine learning and AI technology to create an efficient, cost effective solution.

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Talem Leadership

Paul Travis

Paul's professional career commenced in the clinical sector as physiotherapist. With an interest in analytics and big data, Paul's passion for clinical research transitioned to the technology sector. Holding a MSc in Physiotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University, his primary focus is facilitating a strong research and development strategy.

Matthew Kay

Matthew’s initial contact with the insurance sector was working as a Kinesiologist. Soon after he advanced his career into Physiotherapy. Currently research, innovative technology, pain science, exercise and manual therapy, dry needling, sports rehabilitation and injury prevention are clinical areas of interest.