Ravit Bar-Dea, founder and CEO of the health startup Well-Beat, won first place in the TiE Women Entrepreneurship Competition, which was held for the first time in Israel.
Well-Beat has developed a platform for health system integration with the goal of improving communication with patients. The system mixing artificial intelligence and machine learning with behavioral science and psychology to create a personalized message for each patient.
The system provides a list of individualized recommendations, starting from the patient’s first point of contact with health authorities.
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Well-Beat can start working from scratch with a brief survey with the doctor. It also connects smoothly with existing systems and makes use of any accessible patient data from EMR, IoT, Mobile, Bots, and others.
All along the way, Well-Beat continuously monitors patients and their real-time reactions and adherence to recommended care that is tailored to their specific needs and lifestyles.
So, Ravit Bar-Dea, and her startup Well-Beat will represent Israel in a global competition to be held in Dubai in October with the participation of 35 women entrepreneurs from around the world.
TiE is one of the largest entrepreneurial organizations in the world, with 15,000 members active in 61 branches around the world. The Israeli branch led by Adv. Anat Bernstein-Reich, CEO of the Israel-India Water Banking Operations at the BDO Group.
Ten entrepreneurs participated in the competition, including Kinoko-Tech, a company that develops plant protein; SolidBlock, a company that turns real estate assets into digital shares through Blockchain; and Serenus.AI, which has developed a medical decision-making system based on artificial intelligence.
Adv. Bernstein-Reich: “Female entrepreneurship in Israel is a proud. International investors also watched the competition and were thrilled by the level of companies that participated in the competition. Some have already expressed interest in investing in several groundbreaking initiatives.
“The organization is becoming a significant player in Israel in connecting the Israeli entrepreneurs to international investors through a number of flagship programs, including a program to enter the Indian market with Startup Nashan Central, a pilot program with the Japanese company NTT and student entrepreneurship competitions.”