Nothing really worth doing, that can have profound change is ever easy

By: John LoGioco, CCO.


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I am very excited to announce I have joined the team at Zebra Medical Vision as Chief Commercial Officer.  The opportunity to help transform the healthcare industry by teaching computers to read, interpret and make diagnoses from medical images is an incredible charter.  Many people are asking why I am moving from ad-tech to med-tech.  The answer is simple: I want to build another great, global company like Outbrain, with people that I respect and trust, with an end goal to profoundly improve the lives of millions of people.

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A Thank You To Our Partners in Healthcare

By: Elad Benjamin

As we get ready to head out to the annual Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) conference, we’re excited to be profiled in their new Machine Learning Showcase along with our two partners, Google and Carestream. Even more so, the team here at Zebra Medical Vision is feeling very fortunate that so many partners have already come forward to integrate our technology into their PACS viewers.

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How to Approach AI in Healthcare

By: Eyal Gura

Before the weekend, we announced the launch of AI1, a new way of making our artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms – current and future – available to healthcare providers for $1 per scan. We’re so happy to have seen this social-impact business model covered in by Forbes , Engadget, Venturebeat, and other notable publications. among others. 

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Introducing AI in Healthcare That’s Just $1 Per Use

By: Elad Benjamin
Over the last few years, we’ve been hard at work at Zebra to develop and introduce AI into radiology. We’ve written before about why this is important to us, based on the challenges this field is facing, and the impact we believe we can make. Healthcare is challenging – with long cycles, regulatory barriers and slow adoption of new technology, but our vision of affordable, accessible imaging technology for everyone keeps us continually thinking of ways to accelerate the realization of those goals.

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The story behind Zebra’s recent Mammography Publication

phil-e1469945648791Just over three years ago, Zebra medical vision launched into the world with two fundamental convictions and one mission. We knew that the potential for every novel technology is defined by its most profound application- which can be discovered only by people with ample doses of creativity, persistence and good first aid skills. 

We felt the same about human potential:  defined by a person’s decisions rather than her ability- a view captured by Shimon Peres in a quote on our wall: “you are as great as the cause you serve.” 

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Zebra receives CE Approval for its Analytics Engine

I happy and proud to share our latest news with all of you – the regulatory approval of our Imaging Analytics Engine in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Receiving CE approval marks another milestone for Zebra, as we continue to provide physicians and hospitals with a growing number of analytics tools to help them improve care. Continue reading “Zebra receives CE Approval for its Analytics Engine”

Zebra’s CMO interviews Oxford Rheumatologist Dr. Kassim Javaid

eldad-photo Dr. Elnekave: What were the defining experiences which compelled you to dedicate your professional life as a consultant Rheumatologist to the issue of bone health & osteoporosis?


 Dr. Javaid: Rheumatology covers a wide range of diseases across the lifecourse. My interest in bone health was sparked by working with an inspirational professor that then led to me to complete a PhD in the field. Additionally osteoporosis allows interplay between epidemiology, biological processes, therapies and heatlh services research as well as interactions with multple other medical and surgical specialties. 

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