Pooptech Company DayTwo Announces Partnership With Israeli HMO
Israeli HMO Clalit to offer gut microbiome analysis and nutrition insights based on DayTwo’s technology
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As part of the service, set to launch later this year, Clalit members could order a home kit in which to deposit a sample of their feces for analysis, and use an app offered jointly by DayTwo and Clalit to receive nutrition optimization information personally assigned to them based on their unique microbiome.
Founded in 2015 and based in Tel Aviv, DayTwo has raised $17 million to date from backers which include Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. co-founder Marius Nacht—who is a DayTwo co-founder and board member—and Israeli national basketball player Omri Casspi, who last played for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors.
Founded in 2013, Healthy.io’s technology transforms regular smartphones into devices that perform medical urine analysis using computer vision algorithms, artificial intelligence, and the smartphones’ built-in camera. Using Healthy.io’s app, users can test for infections, chronic illnesses, and pregnancy-related complications.