After two months of lockdowns to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, countries across the globe are beginning to implement phased exit strategies for safely reopening their economies. As governments and businesses look to
Faced with the century’s most serious public health challenge yet, Israel moved swiftly to contain the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, harnessing data-driven technologies and public health measures. Israeli public health officials, researchers, and technology
The global coronavirus pandemic has significantly disrupted the lives, the livelihoods, and the wellbeing of billions of people worldwide – but no group is more vulnerable to COVID-19 itself, or to the loneliness and sense
The coronavirus pandemic has strained healthcare systems and battered economies worldwide. While the duration and scale of the outbreak remain to be determined, meeting the challenge it presents will undoubtedly require the rapid deployment of
With 1,500 active life sciences companies and a vibrant research and innovation ecosystem, it’s hardly surprising that Israel is at the center of some of the most important developments in health and medical technology. That
Millions of soccer fans worldwide find themselves riveted by this summer’s World Cup – and while Israel isn’t among the teams competing in the quadrennial tournament this year, the Start-Up Nation is not entirely absent.
20 Israeli companies showcased their latest digital health technologies at the Israel National Pavilion at the HIMSS 2018 conference in Las Vegas from March 5-9, demonstrating Israel’s status as a global hub of healthcare innovation.
TORONTO, Jan. 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Two Israeli companies will have an opportunity to test their innovative aging and brain health solutions at two Canadian seniors care organizations, after being selected for a
Idan Meir thought he was building a technology to help stores sell more goods. He wound up with a product that allows blind and visually impaired people to navigate malls, universities and hospitals. “It happened