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The Other Side: The Digital Transition with Dr. Peter Fitzgerald & Deloitte
TrueFuture TV
Health & Tech - Now & Beyond: Keynotes (AWS & Triventures)
Health & Tech - Now & Beyond: Startup Live Panel (Tailormed,, Kaltura)
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Medisafe’s patient distancing digital support solutions
Vi‘s virtual social experience running
EarlySense's pivotal role in monitoring COVID-19 patients
HealthReveal & NY's COVID-19 Rapid Response Coalition
Lynx's data liberation platform in the era of COVID-19
Tailormed taking on COVID-19
Dr. Michal Wolkin interviews Triventures' Managing Partner, Michal Geva (Hebrew)
Reorg Podcast
The Other Side with Michal Geva - Digital Health post COVID-19
Joe Mullings
הכירו את המשקיעה בבריאות דיגיטלית המובילה בישראל
עוד פודקאסט לסטארטאפים
מיכל גבע מתראיינת
What if we could sequence the genome of every bacterial pathogen?
Ted Med - by Miriam Huntley
Day Zero Diagnostics
3 Extraordinary Women, 3 Components of Startup Nation
Vlogger: Hillel Fuld
Silicon Valley IoT security startup with a mission to cure IoT Healthcare: Life or Death Mission
Dr. May Wang

Industry Updates

January 7, 2019
High-performance medicine: the convergence of human and artificial intelligence
Medicine is at the crossroad of two major trends. The first is a failed business model, with increasing expenditures and jobs allocated to healthcare, but with deteriorating key outcomes, including reduced life expectancy and high infant, childhood, and maternal mortality in the United States.
Healthcare IT News
December 19, 2018
FDA names Flatiron Health’s Amy Abernethy as deputy commissioner
The Food and Drug Administration has tapped Dr. Amy Abernethy, the chief medical officer at Flatiron Health to be its next principal deputy commissioner for food and drugs, according to Forbes.
Jerusalem Post
March 25, 2018
Israel to Launch Big Data Health Project
The cabinet approved a national digital-health program that is designed to personalize medicine and keep Israel at the forefront of the burgeoning medical-tech field, despite concerns over privacy. The five-year program will have a budget of nearly NIS 1 billion ($280 million)
September 18, 2017
Under Armour Is Now The Largest Digital Health And Fitness Company On Earth
Under Armour used to be known primarily for its moisture-wicking t-shirts. In the 21 years since the company was established in founder and CEO Kevin Plank's grandmother's basement, the company has expanded its product line extensively to include hats, pants, shoes, gloves, bags, and the like.
July 3, 2017
The Future of Radiology and Artificial Intelligence
What if an algorithm could tell you whether you have cancer based on your CT scan or mammography exam? AI will definitely become part of the daily routine in diagnosing simpler cases and taking over repetitive tasks.
June 19, 2017
Where Artificial Intelligence Will Pay Off Most in Health Care
Of all the places where artificial intelligence is gaining a foothold, nowhere is the impact likely to be as great—at least in the near term—as in healthcare.
NEJM Catalyst
March 22, 2017
Why Every Health Care Organization Needs a Data Science Strategy
Harnessing the full potential of data requires developing an organization-wide data science strategy. Such strategies are now commonplace in most industries such as banking and retail. Banks can offer their customers targeted needs-based services and improved fraud protection because they collect and analyze transactional data. Retailers such as Amazon routinely collect data on shopping habits and preferences to profile their customers and use sophisticated predictive algorithms to tailor marketing strategies to customer demand. Health care is a glaring exception.
March 2, 2017
Medical devices are the next security nightmare
Hacked medical devices make for scary headlines. Dick Cheney ordered changes to his pacemaker to better protect it from hackers. Johnson & Johnson warned customers about a security bug in one of its insulin pumps last fall. And St. Jude has spent months dealing with the fallout of vulnerabilities in some of the company’s defibrillators, pacemakers, and other medical electronics.
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