Healthymize’s AI detects patient symptoms by analyzing voice and breathing

Israeli medical startup Healthymize has developed technology that uses artificial intelligence to analyze the voice and breathing of patients via a regular voice call to detect symptoms of diseases such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart failure and mental illnesses.

Healthymize won first prize last week in the connected health startup contest of mHealth Israel, which calls itself the “the largest connected health community in the Middle East” with more than 4,500 active members. The event’s fourth edition took place in Jerusalem, with the support of the Jerusalem Development Authority.

Healthymize’s technology seeks to detect disease quicker and to initiate treatment sooner, increasing chances of survival and full recovery of the patient, by turning smartphones, tablets, smart watches and home virtual assistants into continuous health monitoring devices, the organizers of the event said in a statement about the winning company.

Dr Shady Hassan (L.) and Daniel Aronovich (R.)
in Healthymize offices, Haïfa (Israël)


Israël Science Info