Emergency Room Robotics Startup Raises $24 Million
Diagnostic Robotics develops robots that use artificial intelligence to assess the urgency of each case before the people in line can be seen by a doctor
Jerusalem-based emergency room startup Diagnostic Robotics Ltd. has raised a $24 million in a series A funding round, the company announced Wednesday. The round was led by Israel-based medtech investment firm Accelmed Ventures and Tel Aviv-listed investment firm Mivtach Shamir Holdings Ltd. with participation from Maverick Ventures Israel, Alpha Capital, and additional private investors.
Diagnostic Robotics develops robots that use artificial intelligence to assess the urgency of each case before the people in line can be seen by a doctor.
By using the system, doctors receive a set of diagnostic recommendations and patients receive a preliminary diagnosis and recommendations based on their answers to questions, Amir, who acts as CEO, said in a Tuesday interview with Calcalist. The company’s system is currently deployed in clinics throughout the country and at the Rambam Healthcare Campus in Haifa and Soroka University Medical Center in Israel's southern city Be'er Sheva, Amir said.