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Series D - II | Alive

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Last Raised

$30M | 11 days ago

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About Aidoc

Aidoc provides a care coordination platform. It offers a wide range of solutions such as real-time notifications for neuro care, automatic analysis of imaging to identify abnormalities, and more. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Headquarters Location

Aminadav Street 3

Tel Aviv,


972 549981478


ESPs containing Aidoc

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Healthcare & Life Sciences / Monitoring, Imaging & Diagnostics Tech

The radiology AI — image enhancement market focuses on using artificial intelligence technology to improve the quality and speed of medical imaging exams. AI algorithms are able to generate high-resolution radiology scans with much less data than is required for conventional approaches. This means patients can be exposed to lower levels of radiation (in the case of X-ray/CT scans) or heavy metals …

Aidoc named as Leader among 6 other companies, including Subtle Medical, Pearl, and Koios Medical.

Aidoc's Products & Differentiators

    Detection and Triage Radiology Solutions

    Our products are triage and notification algorithms that run on various radiology scans (including CTs, CTPAs, and CTAs), tailored to detect specific abnormalities and prioritize them for the radiologists directly in their working environment. Radiologists and critical care teams can receive notifications of the existence of the abnormality as well as the location of the abnormality on the image through a myriad of notification interfaces - from their desktop based radiology viewing software to their personal mobile device. We have 7 FDA clearances and 10 CE marks for the following pathologies: pulmonary embolism, incidental pulmonary embolism, intracranial hemorrhage, large vessel occlusion (stroke), cervical spine fractures, intra-abdominal free gas (pneumoperitoneum) and rib fractures. Our solutions ensure that abnormalities


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Aidoc Patents

Aidoc has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • image processing
  • artificial neural networks
  • computer vision
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Medical imaging, Sulci (neuroanatomy), Image processing, Artificial neural networks, Computer vision


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Medical imaging, Sulci (neuroanatomy), Image processing, Artificial neural networks, Computer vision



Latest Aidoc News

GE HealthCare gets 510(k) clearance for algorithm to detect collapsed lungs

Nov 29, 2023

The system provides immediate notifications to support the triaging of emergency room patients. Published Nov. 29, 2023 Dive Brief: GE HealthCare received  510(k) clearance for an on-device algorithm for the detection and notification of collapsed lungs in chest X-ray images. The system, called Critical Care Suite 2.1, provides immediate notification of the presence of a collapsed lung, known medically as a pneumothorax, to support the triaging of emergency room patients. Adding on-device pneumothorax detection and triage notifications expands the capabilities of the product, the first version of which was cleared by the Food and Drug Administration in 2019. Dive Insight: In a 510(k) clearance letter sent in May, GE HealthCare said it developed the pneumothorax detection algorithm using more than 12,000 images from six sources, including the National Institutes of Health. GE HealthCare split the images into training, verification and validation datasets, excluding 804 images from two North American sites from the training process to support the final validation. The algorithm achieved a sensitivity of 84.3% and a specificity of 93.2% for the detection of pneumothoraces on both anteroposterior and posteroanterior frontal chest X-ray images, according to data in the letter. Sensitivity was higher for large pneumothoraces (96.3%) than for small pneumothoraces (75%). When 10 independent readers analyzed 400 images from the validation dataset, the algorithm improved performance for the detection of pneumothorax, measured by mean area under the curve, by 14.5%, according to the letter. Reader sensitivity increased by 16.3% and reader specificity increased by 12.4%. GE HealthCare sees the data as evidence that the algorithm can help manage order volumes and cut turnaround times for reports. “The adoption of these digital solutions helps unlock efficiencies across the entire clinical workflow and empowers radiologists and their teams in making critical decisions with confidence in time-sensitive situations,” Jyoti Gupta, president and CEO of women’s health and X-ray for GE HealthCare, said in a statement. GE HealthCare’s clearance follows an FDA decision on Aidoc technology for the triage and notification of pneumothorax on X-ray exams. Aidoc’s algorithm runs on all X-ray machines and received 510(k) clearance in March 2022. Recommended Reading

Aidoc Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Aidoc founded?

    Aidoc was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Aidoc's headquarters?

    Aidoc's headquarters is located at Aminadav Street 3, Tel Aviv.

  • What is Aidoc's latest funding round?

    Aidoc's latest funding round is Series D - II.

  • How much did Aidoc raise?

    Aidoc raised a total of $263.6M.

  • Who are the investors of Aidoc?

    Investors of Aidoc include Alpha Intelligence Capital, CDIB Capital International, Tanmeya Capital Ventures, General Catalyst, Emerge and 7 more.

  • Who are Aidoc's competitors?

    Competitors of Aidoc include Rology, RapidAI,, Kheiron Medical Technologies, Gleamer and 7 more.

  • What products does Aidoc offer?

    Aidoc's products include Detection and Triage Radiology Solutions and 2 more.

  • Who are Aidoc's customers?

    Customers of Aidoc include Yale New-Haven Health, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, UZB (brussels university hospital), Sheba Medical Center and Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin (UKB).


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