Oren Steinberg is an experienced CEO and entrepreneur with a demonstrated history of working in the big-data, digital-health and insurtech industries. Skilled in business planning, product development and entrepreneurship, he is passionate about the execution of new products that people and organizations truly value. Steinberg fuses his background in business and product management with his passion for making a meaningful impact in the world.
Steinberg is the founder and CEO of a digital health company that helps practitioners and families of children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Steinberg led a breakthrough platform development for patient engagement, interventional content sharing, measured outcomes and case management collaboration. He established a strong evidence base with several clinical studies in collaboration with leading academic and medical institutes. Steinberg led the company to viral market growth while winning several startup competitions and awards.
Prior to that, Steinberg was the CEO and VP of sales of an insurtech company that provided risk modeling and analytics services for usage based insurance/pay-as-you-drive products in the U.S., Brazil and the U.K. Steinberg sold to and managed key accounts such as Liberty Mutual, AAA, Travelers, American Family Insurance, Puerto Seguro (Brazil), AXA and more. He grew the company’s patent portfolio around machine-learning algorithms and actuarial modeling. He led the product road map and built relationships with business partners, such as Verizon, Sprint and telematics players, all the way to an acquisition by Verisk Analytics (ISO).
Before that, Steinberg was an engagement leader at a premier management consulting firm, where he led consulting projects in: pharmaceuticals, banking, aviation, healthcare, retail, telecom and more. Prior to that, he worked at BRM Capital venture fund.
Steinberg holds an LLB and MBA (magna cum laude) from the Hebrew University. He volunteers as mentor at several accelerator programs (8200, Technion, IDC) and social impact initiatives.