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Tech challenge brings Israeli innovation to US health sector

Start-Up Nation Central is drawing together South Florida and Israeli institutions for a new initiative.

(From left) Orli Tori, partner at Triventures VC;  Nila Bhakuni, assistant vice president innovation at Baptist Health South Florida; Dr. Avi Tsur, vice president of transformation, ARC Sheba; and Dr. Iris Adler, health tech sector lead, Start-Up Nation Central. Credit: Start-Up Nation Central.
(From left) Orli Tori, partner at Triventures VC; Nila Bhakuni, assistant vice president innovation at Baptist Health South Florida; Dr. Avi Tsur, vice president of transformation, ARC Sheba; and Dr. Iris Adler, health tech sector lead, Start-Up Nation Central. Credit: Start-Up Nation Central.

The Israeli nonprofit Start-Up Nation Central recently announced a new initiative, Hospital2Hospital, which brings together Baptist Health South Florida’s Baptist Health Innovations and Sheba Medical Center’s ARC Innovation in Israel.

“These organizations will collaborate to find innovative solutions for improving hospital care delivery and clinical capacity in a cost-effective manner via a tech challenge for emerging startups,” per a release.

Start-up companies in their early stages in Israel, which seek to expand in the U.S. healthcare system, are invited to apply to a tech challenge, whose winner will receive $75,000 to work with Baptist Health and gain mentorship from ARC.

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