The challenge gave the Israeli innovation ecosystem an opportunity to showcase solutions that foster an environment that allows nurses to effectively deliver safe care, allowing them to spend more time with the patient and their family
Tel Aviv, Israel, December 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — EyeKnow Named Winner of Nursing Performance Contest and Awarded $75,000 work with Detroit, Michiganbased at Henry Ford Health to further develop its solution and enter the US market. This challenge, led jointly by Start-up center and Henry Ford Health Innovation, considered early-stage Israeli startups focused on integrating into the U.S. healthcare system with solutions to create an environment that helps nurses deliver safe and effective care. In addition to the EyeKnow award, he will benefit from consultations, mentoring and support in scaling his offer.
EyeKnow was selected by a steering committee led by medical industry experts from over 40 Israeli innovations and awarded $75,000 (in kind) to create a pilot program with Henry Ford Health to further develop their solution and enter the US market. The finalists were selected based on several requirements, including the ability to integrate into the U.S. healthcare system and the potential benefits to nurses’ workflows, both clinical and operational.
Established in 2020, EyeKnow automatically detects positive and negative behaviors of a caregiver towards a toddler in kindergartens by processing video recordings from ready-made CCTV cameras using artificial intelligence and computer vision algorithms. Significant events are recorded and shared with daycare owners, law enforcement and government stakeholders, resulting in a dramatic decrease in abuse cases and a significant increase in the quality of care.
Emma Vardimon, Director of Global Partnerships at Start-Up Nation Central: “Bringing Israeli innovation to the business needs of a healthcare provider like Henry Ford Health creates opportunities for all parties. Start-Up Nation Central works with U.S. health organizations, facilitating collaboration with the local ecosystem and generating POCs, pilots, joint ventures and investments. We’re excited to partner with Henry Ford Health to support a more robust innovation journey.”
Donna SummersThe Chief Nursing Information Officer at Henry Ford Health states: “We feel honored to partner with Start Up Nation Central and these amazing tech companies. It is clear that they understood today’s nursing challenges and were amazing collaborators in finding innovative solutions. We are very excited to be involved in a pilot with EyeKnow AI and add more innovation to HFH’s ability to prevent workplace violence against healthcare workers.”
Lisa PrasadVice President and Chief Innovation Officer, Henry Ford Health: “Startup Nation Central is an important partner in Henry Ford Health’s Israel. We are thrilled to be able to complete another successful challenge with them, resulting in not only one amazing winner, but also runners-up startups that we hope to work with.”
The following companies were announced as finalists by the judges:
TalkSense TalkSense has developed a solution designed to increase productivity by allowing employees to replace the time-consuming manual reporting process with a simple conversation with the TalkSense app. TalkSense supports a variety of platforms, languages, and use cases, and complies with the GDPR and other privacy laws.
QLog QLOG focused on driving digital transformation in healthcare by creating process and asset visibility, automation and insight. QLog technology enables every mobile device and computer to be part of the IoT data collection network and provides real-time visibility.
Droxi Droxi (founded in 2021) offers an AI-based optimization tool designed to help primary care physicians save half the time normally spent on non-patient related tasks while improving the quality of care. Droxi identifies and visualizes the most critical clinical factors for each task, so doctors can quickly cross them off their lists, without having to go through dozens of different tabs and thousands of fields for each medical record.
CureTelligence Founded earlier this year, CureTelligence is the creator of DoseBot, a robotic platform that aims to revolutionize the field of drug safety. The platform’s hardware and software are designed to prevent medication errors using highly accurate multispectral tools and AI algorithms that can identify pills and control the multiple dispensing process.
About Start-Up Nation Central: Start-Up Nation Central is a non-profit organization that connects Israeli innovation with the world to help international entities solve global challenges. Immersed in the Israeli tech ecosystem, we provide a platform that supports business development, recommends policies and creates partnerships with corporations, governments, investors and NGOs to strengthen Israel economy and society.
On the health of Henry Ford: Henry Ford Health provides a full range of services – from primary and preventive care, to comprehensive and specialist care, health insurance, a full suite of home health care offerings, virtual care, pharmacy, eye care and other healthcare retail. It is one of the leading academic medical centers in the country, recognized for clinical excellence in cancer treatment, cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, orthopedics and sports medicine, and multi-organ transplantation.
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