20 stories about Healthtech
 צוות Briya

Briya lands $11.5 million Series A for blockchain-secured healthcare data exchange platform

19.09.23|Meir Orbach
The Briya platform connects clinics and hospitals with academic and pharmaceutical research teams, addressing the primary challenges faced by organizations in the collection and exchange of healthcare data
 מייסדי אייבקס, מימין: ד"ר חיים לינהרט ויוסי מוסל

Ibex Medical raises $55 million Series C for AI-powered cancer diagnostics

06.09.23|Meir Orbach
The Israeli startup’s platform provides health systems and diagnostic laboratories with an integrated solution for cancer diagnosis and biomarker scoring, capable of detecting more than 100 different cancer and non-cancer pathologies
Efrat Roman

“The FemTech revolution has happened. We stopped asking for permission to talk about what bothers us”

04.07.23|Ariela Karmel
EZbra founder and FemTech pioneer Efrat Roman spoke to CTech about her iconic post-op bra for breast cancer patients and the odyssey of FemTech
משקפיים מציאות רבודה למנתחים של אוגמדיקס

Augmedics raises $82.5 million Series D for AR spine surgery system

28.06.23|Sophie Shulman
The Israeli startup’s xvision Spine System allows surgeons to see patients’ anatomy as if they have “x-ray vision” and accurately navigate instruments and implants during spine procedures
NVision team

NVision Imaging raises $30 million Series A to bring quantum physics to MRIs

The Israeli-founded startup’s MRI polarizers aim to provide faster and more accurate cancer diagnosis and treatment assessment
ועידת טוקיו 2023 פרופ חוסאם חאיק דיקן לימודי הסמכה וראש קבוצת LNBD

"We developed breathing sensors that detect within a minute if the patient is sick"

31.05.23|Sophie Shulman
Prof. Hossam Haick, Dean and Head of the LNBD Group at the Technion, was speaking at Calcalist's Israel-Japan Conference in Tokyo
ועידת טוקיו 2023 קאטסונובו קאטו שר הבריאות התעסוקה והרווחה יפן

Japan’s Minister of Health: "Japan and Israel can combine their capabilities and create a new dawn for our future”

31.05.23|Sophie Shulman
“We are facing the challenges of a declining birth rate, the contraction of the productive population and soon there will be a shortage of workers in Japan,” Katsunobu Katō, Japan’s Minister of Health, Labour, and Welfare said at Calcalist's Israel-Japan Conference in Tokyo
ועידת טוקיו 2023 עומר כביר בשיחה עם ד'ר יונתן גלזר שותף פיטנגו ו טומוקו אינואו מנכ'לית Omron Ventures

“My favorite feature of Israeli startups is their out of the box thinking”

Tomoko Inoue, CEO of Omron Ventures, was speaking on a panel with Jonathan Glazer M.D., Partner at Pitango HealthTech, during the Israel-Japan Conference in Tokyo
RedDress Alon

RedDress raises $26 million to heal chronic wounds with product created from patient's own blood

The company has developed an autologous, point-of-care wound management solution that creates an in-vitro blood clot from patients’ own whole blood
יעל פלד ו אדם ויוני שטיין חברת לגונה הלת' Laguna Health

Laguna Health lands $15 million Series A for AI-powered contextual care platform

The Israeli startup’s AI engine integrates medical care plans with social, emotional, and cultural factors to help care managers better support members' recovery and ongoing care
דודי דויד ישראלי מג'נטה מדיקל

Magenta Medical raises $55 million for world’s smallest heart pump

03.05.23|Meir Orbach
The Israeli company’s device is a powerful heart pump that is initially folded, inserted through the groin using a small puncture, and expanded for activation inside the left ventricle

Healthtech startup Neteera secures $13 million Series B for contactless patient monitoring

Neteera’s technology is designed to enable continuous monitoring of patients’ bio markers without the need for contact or patient involvement, streamlining patient monitoring, improving outcomes, and reducing the burden on clinical staff
רפואה עתידנות ביג דאטה דיגיטל

Israeli healthtech startups raised $2.8 billion in 2022, but tech crisis threatens growth

While healthtech is not immune to the overall macroeconomic environment, it proved to be more resilient in 2022, with capital raised in the sector declining by just 13% compared to other high-tech sectors which experienced a collective decline of 43%
Protai Founders

Protai adds $12 million to Seed round as it aims to build oncology drug discovery pipeline

The Israeli startup, which has built a proteomics AI-based platform that comprehensively maps the course of a disease on the protein level, aims to better predict which patients will respond to a given drug as well as discover novel drug targets that were missed by genomic approaches