We all know what it likes to see a doctor. From a baby to a grown adult; the anticipation, the instruments, the exam, the diagnosis; it’s usually the same. But in the day in age of medical artificial intelligence, who knows how long we’ll actually be seeing a physical person? Patients believe that their medical needs are unique and cannot be adequately addressed by computers, but many have not yet realized that algorithms and AI can traditionally analyze and diagnosis quicker, and more accurately than any human can.
Algorithms have been solving the world’s toughest problems for years. From simple mathematics to solving complex theories; these groups of ones and zeros exist with only one purpose in mind. Think about if you didn’t have to live with all of the constant distractions we humans face? How much would you be able to accomplish? This goes hand in hand with the concept of AI-based medicine. A program that has one goal; diagnosing your condition with almost 100% accuracy. Medical companies are already starting to utilize this fascinating phenomenon, and Israel is at the forefront. It’s with these technological breakthroughs, Israeli medicine is becoming the pinnacle of the medical world.
Companies such as:
Binah.ai: Video-based, AI-powered Vital Signs Monitoring
Binah.ai’s ready-to-use, AI-powered Digital Healthcare applications address the challenges of remote, contactless Health, and Wellness monitoring. Its video-based-only monitoring solution removes the need for wearables and enhances telemedicine, remote patience monitoring, and preventive medicine services. Binah.ai’s AI-based, unique technological mix transforms any camera on any device (smartphone, laptop, tablet, etc.) into a medical-grade monitoring solution. Binah.ai’s heart rate variability (HRV) measurements offer the basis for a wide range of body measurements such as blood pressure, mental stress level, oxygen saturation, respiration, alcohol blood level, and more.
Vocalis Health: VocalisTrack for Remote Detection of Shortness of Breath
VocalisTrack: A Voice-Based Tool for Remote Detection Shortness of Breath. AI-based software device that analyzes patients’ voice recordings: Passive using the patient’s own voice uses the patient’s smartphone without additional hardware or physical examination. Detects shortness of breath. Displays daily comparison results on provider dashboard: 1) worse or 2) improved or 3) no change. Bridges the gap between the patient and the healthcare system.
FDNA: Determining Phenotypic Information from Facial Photos
FDNA develops AI technologies and SaaS platforms used by thousands of clinical, research, and lab sites globally in the clinical genomics space. Using advanced deep learning, FDNA’s next-generation phenotyping technologies capture, structure, and analyze complex human physiological data to produce actionable genomic insights.
FDNA’s database includes a depth of phenotypic and genotypic information associated with more than 10,000 diseases, crowdsourced from real-world patient cases through a broad network of the company’s users. This de-identified data is collected and stored in a private and secure cloud-based clinical warehouse and integrated to LIMS, EMR, and variant interpretation systems through a set of open APIs.
Diagnostic Robotics: Predictive Healthcare Analytics
Diagnostic Robotics develops AI technologies for the healthcare industry. By integrating its products into existing systems, the company aims to make healthcare more effective, efficient, and affordable. Diagnostic Robotics develops predictive analytics models to address pressing clinical and financial challenges in healthcare. The company’s solutions enable healthcare systems to deliver more-effective care at lower costs. Diagnostic Robotics’ suite of products is currently in use at healthcare institutions, HMOs, and providers in Israel and the United States.
The Elegant Monkeys: AI Emotion-monitoring Solution
The Elegant Monkeys is developing a subscription-based API/SDK that utilizes AI algorithms to extract information about users’ emotional state from physiological sensor data. The company’s Kenko Technology is meant to improve quality of life, using widespread parameters like heartbeat and skin conductance to measure emotions. The technology can detect extreme stimuli and levels of excitement in real-time and offline. It can also tag the emotional event’s start and end time for backward investigation. Kenko also offers a long-term analysis of common emotional responses throughout the day, noting when they usually happen and more.