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Series A | Alive

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Last Raised

$24M | 3 yrs ago

About Diagnostic Robotics

Diagnostic Robotics partners with hospitals, clinics, providers, and telemedicine companies to improve the efficiency of care. The company helps navigate patients to the right consultation, for example by partnering with insurance companies to help patients choose between a specialist and a general practitioner, and working with Emergency Department to improve patient navigation within the hospital.

Diagnostic Robotics Headquarter Location

Hamelakha 5

Netanya, 42507,



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Diagnostic Robotics Patents

Diagnostic Robotics has filed 4 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Blood pressure
  • Pressure gauges
  • Aesthetics
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Sensors, Respiratory physiology, Intensive care medicine, Blood pressure, Pressure gauges


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Sensors, Respiratory physiology, Intensive care medicine, Blood pressure, Pressure gauges



Latest Diagnostic Robotics News

From medical coding to blood diagnostics: Israeli startups are disrupting the healthcare space

Aug 26, 2021

Over the past year and a half, and even before, we witnessed the importance of pristine healthcare systems, and these Israeli startups are putting patients and their care at the center. Dor Schwartz / • 7 min read The Israeli tech ecosystem has always been a leading innovator in the health tech industry. As COVID continues to challenge global healthcare systems and expose many failures in the systems along the way, Israeli innovation has stepped up its game so that every human receives optimal medical care. From medical data enablers to an all-in-one caregiver assistant app, these Israeli startups are taking healthcare up a notch and making for a better tomorrow. Diagnostic Robotics Diagnostic Robotics is an Israeli-based, global startup developing cutting-edge artificial intelligence solutions for healthcare institutions and organizations. The company’s AI systems are trained on tens of billions of claims data points and nearly 100 million patient visits. In 2020 alone, the systems triaged over two million patients. Diagnostic Robotics supports healthcare providers, payers, and employers by creating seamless, data-driven interactions that integrate seamlessly into major touchpoints along the patient journey, providing high-value decision support while slashing administrative burdens, massively reducing the cost of care, and improving patient experiences. Diagnostic Robotics team credit: Omer Hacohen Founded in 2017 by Dr. Kira Radinsky, Yonatan Amir, and Prof. Moshe Shoham, the company has established a strong market presence with several high-profile strategic partnerships for product implementation with leading industry partners, payors, and providers in Israel and the United States. The company’s team of 90+ doctors, AI experts, software engineers, and designers are collaborating with a growing number of payer and provider partners including, Mayo Clinic, Blue Cross Blue Shield Rhode Island, the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health , Deloitte, Salesforce, the State of Rhode Island, Maimonides Medical Center, the Ministry of Health of the State of Israel, Clalit HMO, Leumit HMO, Rambam Hospital, and the list goes on. The company has raised $38 million to date and is headquartered in Tel Aviv. TailorMed TailorMed is a healthcare technology company founded to help patients and healthcare providers remove financial barriers to care by making it easier for patients to cover the cost of treatment. TailorMed has helped health systems, clinics, and pharmacies across the United States to ensure that patients can afford the care that they need. TailorMed founders: Srulik Dvorsky and Adam Siton credit: Shlomi Yosef TailorMed’s platform automates the process of identifying financially at-risk patients, matching, and enrolling them in financial resources such as: co-pay assistance, replacement drug programs, government subsidies, community and state resources, assistance from disease-specific foundations, and programs that support patients with their living expenses. For patients, the platform can help reduce out-of-pocket responsibility, eliminate downstream financial hardships and avoidance of care. For provider organizations, TailorMed shifts financial assistance from collections to a proactive approach of addressing financial needs at the point of care, improving financial performance. The Israeli company was founded by Srulik Dvorsky and Adam Siton, with headquarters in Tel Aviv. Nym Health Nym Health is an autonomous medical coding technology provider that takes an innovative approach to revenue cycle management. Nym’s clinical language understanding (CLU) engine performs better than human coding and does so within seconds and with zero human intervention. The Nym engine tracks patient visits and processes patient charts, including highly individualized doctors’ notes. Relevant codes are assigned to the patient chart and sent back to providers or RCM companies in less than five seconds — compared to the traditional five-to nine-day process involved when coding is entered manually. The Nym team credit: Uriah Sayag Nym Health is deployed in 40 hospitals in the U.S. and enables fully automated, efficient, and transparent revenue cycle management for healthcare providers. Nym Health has offices in Tel Aviv and New York City. The company was founded by Amihai Neiderman and Adam Rimon. Recently, Nym raised $25 million after securing a $16.5 million Series A , led by GV (Google's investment arm). Rumble Rumble is a mobile app developed by UVTal Health that counts users' steps as they walk and enables them to earn vouchers for local businesses. Once users have accumulated enough steps, they can convert them into a virtual currency that can be used to purchase discounts and promotions at dozens of businesses, or donate the virtual money to charity. Rumble Team credit Hadar Youavian Rumble helps global life/health insurance providers make data-driven decisions and personalized policy criteria by providing real-time data about policyholders gathered through the Rumble app. Rumble was founded by CEO Alon Zilbeberg and CTO Lior Klibansky, raising only $300k to date. The company's offices are located in Yavne, Israel. Sight Diagnostics Founded in 2011, Sight Diagnostics aims to transform health systems and patient outcomes through accurate and pain-free blood diagnostic testing. Sight’s technology, developed over a decade of research, represents breakthrough innovations in diagnostic methodology. Sight’s latest blood analyzer, Sight OLO, performs a Complete Blood Count, the most commonly ordered blood test, in minutes. Sight Diagnostics OLO creates a digital version of a blood sample by capturing more than 1,000 highly detailed images from just two drops of blood obtained from a finger prick or venous sample. These images are then interpreted by proprietary and fully automated AI algorithms. Sight’s first product, ParasightTM, has been used to detect malaria in almost 1 million tests across 24 countries. The company has rapidly growing offices in the UK, the US and Israel. Sight was founded in 2011 by CEO Yossi Pollak and Dr. Daniel Levner, Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board.The company has raised over $ 120 million to date. MeMed MeMed is an Israeli startup developing host response technologies. According to the company, its platform decodes the body’s complex signals into simple insights that improve people’s lives. By leveraging their expertise in host-response profiling and machine-learning algorithms, MeMed is creating a portfolio of tests that address tough clinical dilemmas. Dr Eran Eden, CEO & Dr Kfir Oved, CTO credit: MeMed The company's flagship product, MeMed BV, accurately differentiates bacterial from viral infection, enabling improved patient management, including appropriate antibiotic use, and helping address the global healthcare challenge of antimicrobial resistance. Based on computational integration of bacterial and viral-responsive immune proteins, Key delivers the BV result in 15 minutes from serum; this test was clinically validated on thousands of patients, is CE-marked and 510(k) pending. MeMed’s headquarters are in Israel, with a subsidiary in the US. MeMed’s international team exemplifies bio-convergence, encompassing experts in molecular immunology, bioinformatics, assay development, engineering, and infectious disease. Currently, commercial, sales and service divisions are being expanded to support launch. Antidote Health An Israeli telehealth startup helping millions of uninsured Americans access affordable medical care. Antidote's AI-powered platform connects between patients and doctors through video calls and chatbots. The Antidote Health team The US healthcare market crossed the $4 trillion total expenditure threshold last year (about 19% of GDP). It has reached its current state in light of the existing structural separation in the market between medical service providers and insurance companies. Antidote's B2C HMO model unites these two parts, aligning the interests between the patient, health providers and the coverer. By taking a more direct approach to coverage, Antidote is able to provide uninsured individuals with quality medical care, while only quoting them as little as $29 per month. Antidote launched its HMO model earlier this year across New York, New Jersey, Florida, Michigan, and North Carolina, with extended rollout planned for 2022. IDENTI IDENTI provides powerful data-capture solutions to create a vivid, real-time account of medical inventory and consumption. Through IDENTI's patent-protected automation it is possible to streamline inventory management and obtain a comprehensive understanding of the costs and billing of surgeries. The platform assists in maintaining patient safety by tracking product integrity of available stock and alerting of improper use of expired and recalled items. The Company's cloud system contains information about hundreds of thousands of medical products. Integrated artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies enable rapid, automatic documentation of information in patient files and hospital systems, thus saving an expensive investment to maintain an up-to-date database and ensuring meeting stringent regulatory requirements for documenting implants in patients’ medical records. IDENTI Medical Hundreds of hospitals, medical device manufacturers and international logistics companies worldwide are using IDENTI’s platform to make better enterprise decisions and provide better and safe care for their patients. The company was founded in 2017 by CEO Shlomi Matisyahu and Alon Negbi. The offices are in Netanya. Emendo Emendo Biotherapeutics develops next generation gene editing tools for genetic disorders, addressing the current technological gaps for realizing the promise of gene therapy. They leverage their expertise in protein engineering to bring innovative and disruptive protein tools to resolve bottlenecks in the field. Emendo’s platforms bring CRISPR to precision levels that broaden the range of targetable genes for successful gene editing. While CRISPR is a breakthrough technology that greatly increases the possibilities of gene editing, for most genetic diseases it is still limited and unable to make the required edits. Emendo designed a novel approach that would enable to make any gene targetable. They recognized a panel of novel nucleases with various characteristics that could unlock broader areas of the genome and that these nucleases could then be optimized per target sequence to achieve high levels of precision editing. Emendo was founded in 2015 by CEO David Baram, CIPO and Head of Pipeline Development Rachel Diamant, and CSO Lior Izhar. The company has raised $61 million over 3 funding rounds, and its offices are based in Science Park, Rehovot, Israel. Medflyt Medflyt is a caregiver's little helper. It turns out that a friendly app can engage caregivers to work more, get all tasks done, train on time, remain compliant, and give better care – more efficiently than any coordinator. Medflyt is a smart management system for home care providers built around the caregivers' real needs and experience. The company's app optimizes all aspects of home care operations: hiring and staffing, scheduling and EVV reporting, billing and payroll, and everything in between. The app is giving caregivers more control over their careers, which before was under the ruling of the agencies' coordinators. Subscribe to Geektime

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  • When was Diagnostic Robotics founded?

    Diagnostic Robotics was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Diagnostic Robotics's headquarters?

    Diagnostic Robotics's headquarters is located at Hamelakha 5, Netanya.

  • What is Diagnostic Robotics's latest funding round?

    Diagnostic Robotics's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Diagnostic Robotics raise?

    Diagnostic Robotics raised a total of $24M.

  • Who are the investors of Diagnostic Robotics?

    Investors of Diagnostic Robotics include Mivtach Shamir Holdings, Alpha Capital, Kobi Richter, Daniel Arison, David Arison and 7 more.

  • Who are Diagnostic Robotics's competitors?

    Competitors of Diagnostic Robotics include Syllable, Ada Health, Infermedica, Hyro, Mediktor and 7 more.

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