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Binah.ai Names New Chief Medical Officer

Israeli health and wellness monitor developer Binah.ai has appointed Naveh Tov to serve as its new chief medical officer.

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Binah.ai Appoints Dr. Naveh Tov as Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Tov’s new role serves as another step in Binah.ai’s journey to improve healthcare access

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Surviving Covid-19 Does Not Mean Thriving, But Advanced Technology Could Promote A Better Life Experience & Recovery

Binah.ai real-time vital signs monitoring app allows medical staff to easily measure oxygen saturation (SpO2), respiration rate, heart rate and HRV – from remote.

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7 Different Types of Smart Technologies to Monitor Blood Pressure

Binah.ai has announced a video-based solution during CES 2021, which takes a simple look at your video and provides an instant summary of your vital signs.

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Momentum Adopts Binah.ai Technology to Monitor Clients’ Health in Real-Time

Binah.ai’s ability to remotely extract vital signs using only a smartphone camera allows Momentum to offer additional benefits to their clients

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Arc alapján ad diagnózist az alkalmazás

A koronavírus-járvány alatt nagy szükség van az innovatív, egészségközpontú technológiákra okostelefonokon is – a binah.ai applikációja egyike lehet ezeknek.

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Health check: Measuring vital signs with a smartphone

The coronavirus pandemic has seen a rise in innovative health focused technology. From an app which uses a device’s camera to measure your vital signs to kit which could help doctors with a remote diagnosis, BBC Click’s Lara Lewington looks at some of the latest technology.

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Binah.ai’s Technology Evolves to Support Windows Laptops

Binah.ai’s AI-powered video-based health monitoring and wellness solution is now expanding support from smartphones to Windows 10 laptops

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The importance of remote vital sign monitoring for the education sector amid COVID-19

How contactless tech can provide readings around oxygen saturation, heart rate and respiration to help identify those experiencing coronavirus symptoms

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How Smartphones Can Make Health Monitoring More Accessible

Binah.ai’s software also can monitor vital signs just by using a smartphone, tablet, or laptop camera.

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8 tecnologías inteligentes para asistir a los viajeros

La empresa Binah.ai creó escanea la piel de una persona para leer los signos vitales asociados con una mayor probabilidad

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Medtechs can’t set digital strategies aside – DTW Podcast

Danielle Kirsh, senior editor of Mass Device, drops by to bring us up to date on two cool devices presented at CES 2021 — held virtually this year. 

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Ces 2021, il boom dei gadget per curarsi da soli

Binah.ai ha sviluppato un software che permette, semplicemente inquadrando per alcuni secondo il volto con lo smartphone, di misurare parametri

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IoT For All at CES: Healthy Living, with IoT Healthcare

Binah.ai Offers Connected Workplace Health

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AI startup that captures vital signs via phone cameras launches new corporate wellness solution

Binah.ai expands video-based health monitoring for employers

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CES 2021: Medical technologies you need to know

Binah.ai is touting its artificial intelligence-powered video-based monitoring tools for health and wellness monitoring at CES 2021.

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Digital health reaches new heights with $14.8 billion invested in 2020

The big winner of the year was telemedicine with investors pouring $4.3 billion into the space.
Some of the companies that raised funding includes Amwell, MDLive, Carbon Health, Eko Health, and Binah.ai.

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Binah.ai Announces “Binah Team” Empowering Organizations To Immediately Help With their Employees’ Well-Being

The zero-integration technology will debut at CES 2021

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Top 10 Start-Up Spotlight Stories In 2020: Theradaptive’s ‘Bone Paint,’ BioIntelliSense’s BioButton, Heart Tech, Portable Ultrasound, Digital Health

Binah.AI’s CEO David Maman banks on the post-pandemic world for its vital sign monitoring technology to take flight. The device

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David Maman of Binah.ai: “Forgive and Forget”

At least half of the world’s population cannot obtain essential health services and even those who can access it are

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App Claims to Monitor Coronavirus Symptoms by Video

MyHealthLab uses artificial intelligence and photos to monitor health. It could even be useful for detecting symptoms of COVID-19, developer Binah.ai says.

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