8 Israeli startups feature in CB Insights Top 150 list


CB Insights named eight Israeli health tech startups in its 2021 Best Digital Health Companies ranking, a list of 150 of the top private companies using digital technology to transform healthcare.

The winners were selected by the Intelligence Unit of CB Insights from a pool of over 11,000 companies, including nominees and nominees.

Health Vocalis A digital software solution that analyzes voice to assess the likelihood of Covid-19 infection without additional information or prior knowledge about the user.

Sweetheart – A personalized platform for engagement in artificial and emotional intelligence providing personalized health recommendations adapted to the personality, progress and real context of each user.

DiA imaging analysisAI-based solutions for ultrasound analysis, making cardiac and abdominal ultrasound imaging smarter, faster, more accurate and more accessible.

B. Good – An online digital health services platform that allows users to easily navigate among the different procedures, services and providers available to them.

C2i Genomics – A cloud-based platform that performs cancer tumor monitoring on a global scale, leveraging preinstalled genomic sequencers around the world.

Sweetch’s team in Tel Aviv. (Courtesy of Sweetch)

Lumen – A portable breathing apparatus that allows users to analyze and monitor their metabolism with their smartphone.

Nym – An AI-based medical record encoder that enables calculation and audit of medical bills and insurance claims more efficiently and more accurately.

Theater – A surgical intelligence platform that enables physicians to document and analyze surgical procedures, enabling them to gain insight, compare the performance of their peers and simplify decision making.

While most of the companies ranked in the CB Insights list are based in the United States, Israel ranks third among the 18 countries represented, just behind the United Kingdom with nine companies ranked.

“This year’s Digital Health 150 is one of our largest to date, highlighting 16 categories, including virtual care, clinical trial technology and workflow automation, as well as the addition new categories such as home health technology and computer-assisted imaging, ”said Brian Lee. , senior vice president of the intelligence unit of CB Insights.

“Last year’s class has seen more than 20 outings, raised an additional $ 18.6 billion in global funding and announced more than 250 partnerships since recognition, and we are delighted to see the future success of the winners of This year. “

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