The Digital Health sector is the confluence of healthcare and technology, and focuses on the provision and consumption of healthcare. Digital Health is primarily concerned with making medicine more personal, continuous, accurate, and data-driven, utilizing smart mobile applications, supported by advanced wearable and sensor technologies to empower patients by providing them with highly efficient and accessible health management tools. Using these tools, healthcare professionals together with the patients themselves can variously monitor, predict, diagnose, and treat a broad range of health conditions. In the healthcare business space, health analytics platforms –, powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms –, are dramatically improving medical decisions and clinical workflow. With a unique skill set of capabilities in information, communication, mobile, and cyber technologies, Israel has an unparalleled advantage in health analytics, complemented by more than 25 years of expertise in implementing health IT, electronic medical records, and business analytics. COVID limitations and an increased need for remote care undoubtedly boosted implementation of Digital Health solutions and proved Israeli startups’ ability to address global needs.
Investments in Israeli Digital Health companies crossed the $1B raised in a single year threshold for the first time ever in H1/2021, surpassing the full year amounts raised by the sector in 2020 and in 2019.Start-up Nation Central Digital Health trends 2019 3 MB PDF Digital Health Report H1/2021 2 MB PDF
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Digital Health is vastly improving clinical outcomes by making healthcare more personalized and tailored to the patient. Digital health platforms bridge disparate pieces of medical informationLearn More
Patients are becoming empowered consumers of healthcare, managing their health with wearables, mobile applications, and web platformsLearn More
Applying data analytics algorithms to medical data is dramatically improve existing clinical performance, as well as allowing for novel insights and medical capabilities that were hitherto impossibleLearn More
Overloaded with episodic and incomplete information, medical establishments sorely need digital health solutions for improved decision-making. Data analytics platforms are supporting medical staff and healthcare establishmentsLearn More
Digital Health is offering much-needed solutions to the pressing health problems brought on as a result of our modern lifestyle. By applying data-analytics to data collected by wearables and sensorsLearn More
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