Some of the world’s leading health tech experts from over a dozen countries, including Fortune 1000 global health and technology company representatives, will attend the third annual mHealth Israel conference at Tel Aviv University on February 18, 2016.
The one-day happening includes a startup contest, lectures, and panels related to digital health.
“Israel is a world leader in digital healthcare technologies,” said mHealth lead organizer Levi Shapiro, who also serves as General Partner at Veritas Ventures. “There are more than 200 digital health startups in Israel, and funding has continued to reach record-breaking levels. The startup contest and mHealth conference are premier platforms for Israel’s burgeoning medical technology field to showcase their innovations to the world.”
Seven startup finalists will present at mHealth Israel hoping to win an all-expenses paid business development trip to Texas for the Medical World Americas Conference.
The startups include: 6over6, a company innovating vision care. The company has developed “GlassesOn”, a simple and intuitive smartphone app for a complete and accurate measurement of the refractive error of the eye, for eyeglasses / contact lenses prescription.
BiopMedical big data cancer analytics uses an optical probe which provides real time, single point of care diagnosis of cervical cancer.
Medaware advanced machine learning transforms large-scale medical data into actionable clinical knowledge. Its flagship product identifies prescription errors in real time, dramatically reducing healthcare costs while improving patient safety, outcomes, and experience.
Taliaz Diagnostics develops innovative genetic-based predictive tools – guiding clinicians through sophisticated and unique algorithms in determining the correct medication for the individual patient.
Datos Health enables health organizations to proactively manage patient health through an innovative data management platform, which delivers personalized insights without patients leaving their home.
Recover.io uses the power of Virtual Reality to provide a better rehabilitation process for people following brain injury.
Intensix provides a high-accuracy predictive clinical analytics tool for hospital ICUs to improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs.
“Each of the finalists has a business concept and product that are amazing in their own right,” said Shapiro. “But one of them will stand apart from the rest on February 18, and will receive a significant boost towards an exciting path to success.”