Abigail Klein Leichman
December 21, 2023

Three Tel Aviv-headquartered companies made the “Digital Health 50” list of the world’s most promising digital health startups of 2023 compiled by global tech market intelligence company CB Insights.

The three are:

  • Navina (clinical intelligence category), which uses machine learning to turn mounds of data into actionable patient portraits with the aim of transforming care and value-based outcomes;
  • QuantHealth (clinical trial tech category), an AI company that simulates a clinical trial in thousands of variations within minutes, allowing users to evaluate each parameter on endpoint success, commercial viability, and protocol feasibility;
  • AIVF (clinical intelligence category), a reproductive technology company using a proprietary AI-powered operating system to help IVF clinics improve clinical decision-making, streamline operations, and strengthen clinic-patient communications.

The 50 winners were selected from a pool of over 10,000 applicants and nominees.

Israeli firms make global CB Insights Digital Health 50
Graphic courtesy of CB Insights

The judges based their decision on R&D activity, Mosaic scores (a predictive intelligence tool created in partnership with the National Science Foundation), business relationships, software buyer transcripts, investor profiles and other metrics.

“This year’s winning cohort is a diverse bunch, working on everything from making healthcare AI safer to boosting the accessibility of clinical trials,” said CB Insights’ Anand Sanwal.

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