The World of Medicine is Changing

You wake one morning feeling unwell, you look into your smartphone camera and in less than a minute, an app confirms that you’re sick, and instantly messages your workplace notifying them of your health. Similarly, you proceed to call your doctor from your smartphone and they perform a remote-health check using your exam camera, tongue depressor and stethoscope.

Digital health

As the world of medicine is changing, a growing knowledge-base and technology industry is making use of advanced digital capabilities and developments. This digital health field combines new and existing innovative technological space that integrates high-tech with healthcare. Digital health provides an effective and innovative response to many diverse activities in the world of health and medicine. These diverse activities are now central to hospitals and pharmaceutical companies that perform clinical trials, diagnostic developments, emergency medicine and specifically home care.

Digital medicine employs medical diagnostics and treatments using innovative means, measuring equipment, communication tools and data analysis. All of which can be used together with patient-monitoring metrics enabled by sensors and advanced (wearable) technological devices. It also uses mobile applications for diagnostics, monitoring situations and collecting individual data for big-data systems. In addition, it is analyzing databases and providing medical insights for the discovery of therapies and support; tested through clinical trials.

Israeli Innovations

Over the past few years, Israeli innovation has come a long way from cybersecurity and has been increasingly impacting the global medical technology market.

Binah.ai is the first solution – revolutionizing personal wellness and medical services delivery. They’ve created a vital sign monitoring solution for everyone, and everywhere. Their award-winning health and wellness monitoring solutions allow you to extract medical-grade vital signs measurements using only a device you already have, our smartphone camera. Heart rate, heart rate variability, mental stress, oxygen saturation, respiration; all quickly measured through upper-check facial monitoring. Amazing.

TytoCare is the second solution – a patient is in need of health answers quickly from a professional, or 24/7 medical exams with a doctor, from the comfort of home, is now a reality. No more waiting hours for a doctor. Examining the ears, lungs, heart, throat, skin, abdomen, and temperature; remote physicians can make diagnoses and provide prescriptions within a minute.

Binah.ai and TytoCare’s solutions were expedited and adapted due to COVID-19 pandemic; they stand out from the crowd as future game-changers. Telemedicine and Digital Healthcare was hardly even used a few years ago. Now imagine the ramification it has, and will have, not only on the remote population but also the effect on doctors’ waiting rooms. Apps that confirm sickness, which was a thing of science fiction, is now a reality. We will be using them very soon as more data opportunities grow, producing larger amount of traffic, that is possible through advanced network systems, allowing larger bandwidth with secured data traffic.

Conclusion

Our offices have always been about connecting Israeli technology solutions with local businesses, organizations, entities and governments. Now, we are helping with life-saving technology and are all the prouder. The World should not be left behind, where telemedicine is concerned, for if they don’t adopt the latest technologies (though they surely will) they would not be able to catch up. Israel is a technology-driven economy due to many factors and has reconfirmed this title during the current pandemic. It’s time for the World to wake up, look at their smartphones and ask more from them. Act swiftly, smartly and further embrace the startup nation culture of innovation to make this World a globalized smartening-up nation.

 

 

2020-07-27T05:58:28+00:00July 20th, 2020|Cyber, Innovation, InsurTech, Israel, Tecnology|0 Comments