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[Diagnostic Robotics in TechCrunch] Diagnostic Robotics has AI catching health problems before they take you to the ER

A stitch in time saves nine, they say — and a blood thinner in time saves a trip to the emergency room for a heart attack, as Diagnostic Robotics hopes to show. The company’s machine learning-powered preventative care aims to predict and avoid dangerous (and costly) medical crises, saving everyone money and hopefully keeping them healthier in general — and it has raised $45 million to scale up. Read...

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[Diagnostic Robotics in PR Newswire] Diagnostic Robotics closes $45M Series B Funding Round

BOSTON, July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Diagnostic Robotics, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence & Care Management solutions for Healthcare plans and providers, today announced the closing of a $45M Series B funding round led by StageOne investors, with participation from Mayo Clinic, thus becoming a Mayo Clinic Platform portfolio company. Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, as well as other existing investors. Strategic angel investor Bradley Bloom, co-founder of Berkshire Partners, participated in this funding round as well. Read...

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[Diagnostic Robotics in PR Newswire] Diagnostic Robotics helps Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island identify high-risk members with chronic conditions through artificial intelligence and health management tools

NEW YORK and PROVIDENCE, R.I., April 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Diagnostic Robotics and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) announced a partnership to bring the full capabilities of artificial intelligence to members living with certain chronic conditions. Utilizing Diagnostic Robotics’ sophisticated risk identification and population health management capabilities, BCBSRI will work to deliver timely, personalized interventions to members with behavioral health conditions, congestive heart failure, and other chronic conditions. Read...

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[Diagnostic Robotics in Forbes] The Future Of AI In Post-Covid Healthcare

Kira Radinsky, co-founder and Chairman of Diagnostic Robotics, wants to make healthcare more affordable and accessible. The lessons learned from initial deployments of the startup’s AI-based digital triage platform in Israel and the U.S. and the valuable experience gained during the Covid-19 pandemic, point to a future of better healthcare: Providing the right treatment at the right time in the most appropriate setting. Read...

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[Diagnostic Robotics in Foreign Policy] After the Pandemic, Health Care Will Still Be Broken

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, health care services around the world were due for a digital transformation; with resources relatively scarce and diagnostics increasingly complicated, the sector needed new technology to allow doctors to provide the best possible care. The pandemic has kicked that transformation into gear. Since it began, artificial intelligence-driven diagnostics, viral spread analysis, and telemedicine have become routine. Yet the transition will need to go much further if it is to alleviate the increasing strain on health care workers and infrastructure. Read...

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