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August 3, 2020
Reimagining remote care for patients with heart failure
Science and Business
An Israeli start-up wins investor and EU interest with a device to monitor severely ill heart patients at home – improving care and outcomes
July 21, 2020
“Our Business Will Save Millions Of Lives and Billions of Pounds"
Here is the story of ‘entrepreneurs’ with an idea so massive and apparently out of reach, that it took them years of hard work before they knew their goal was even possible
July 18, 2020
This Israeli startup helps predict heart failure before it happens
The Israeli startup's small minimally-invasive device allows doctors a remote way to better predict and care for a patient with heart failure
July 15, 2020
World-first heart implant computer helps chronic disease patients
Business Cloud
June 29, 2020
Vectorious Q&A: developing the world’s first in-heart pressure monitor
Verdict Medical Device
Vectorious medical director Dr Leor Perl discusses the company’s novel device and the future of telemedicine.
June 11, 2020
Vectorious: Remote monitoring of heart failure patients with microcomputer implant
New Statesman Medical Devices
Jamie Bell speaks to Vectorious CEO Oren Goldshtein about the company’s implant device that could change how doctors monitor heart failure patients for good.
May 28, 2020
'We Won’t Diagnose COVID With an iPhone. It Won’t Happen’
The Marker
Eyal Orion, co-founder of Vectorious and one of Israel's top medical device entrepreneurs, speaks to Israel's leading business magazine. Eyal explains how covid-19 caught the healthcare industry unprepared and why the impact of digital health is limited without a deep technology.
May 28, 2020
COVID-19 is sparking change in how high-risk patients are cared for with remote treatments
Professor Francisco Leyva-Leon, a cardiologist at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the UK calls to embrace more widely remote care technologies
May 8, 2020
Hillel's Tech Corner: Vectorious - Taking technology to heart. Literally.
Jerusalem Post
The Vectorious team, which is now more than 30 members strong, has successfully implanted in-heart micro computers in multiple countries across Europe and Israel.
April 4, 2020
Why remote patient monitoring is needed more than ever
Jerusalem Post
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