US-Israeli AI retinal scanner named finalist at global health competition

An Israeli-American startup has been named as one of the 12 finalists in the Startup Pitch Competition at the HLTH, one of the world’s largest digital healthcare conferences.
AEYE Health, a New York-based startup with a R&D in Tel Aviv, uses automated, AI-based diagnostic screening solutions for retinal imaging, with the stated purpose of preventing world blindness.

During the competition, scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 14 at 9:50 pm Israel Time, AEYE Health’s co-founder and CEO, Zack Dvey-Aharon, will have three minutes to present his company’s latest technology and how it sets to transform the way healthcare systems diagnose retinal conditions. 

Following the pitch competition, two winning teams will be selected, one by the judges and one by the audience. Each winner will receive $50,000 and a partnership with Cedars Sinai.

Speaking ahead of the event, Zack said “we are excited to have qualified to this lucrative competition

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Fitness competition returns to Delray Beach gym

DEKA STRONG, a socially distanced fitness competition, will take place at Slash Fitness in Delray Beach on Saturday, Oct. 24.

The event is a follow-up to the successful and safe “DEKAFIT STRONG Activation,” which took place in August at Slash Fitness and featured 50 gym members as well as 10 gyms from around the state for a “Battle of the Gyms” competition.

“It’s been a rough few months for many of us when it comes to working out, staying fit and challenging ourselves,” said Slash Fitness co-owner Joe Ardagna. “As humans, we need goals, and in hosting this event, it is our hope to motivate participants to try hard, push themselves, and get stronger and healthier overall. We look forward to hosting this fun and memorable event in a safe manner.”

DEKAFIT, a premium, functional fitness program by the creators of Spartan, is hosting the competition for all local

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Letter: Good health care needs transparency and competition | Letters to the editor

Regarding Nancy Rilling’s column “Amid Supreme Court upheaval, don’t forget threat to Obamacare” (Sept. 23): As we enter the final weeks before Election Day, it seems as though every issue is up for debate. In the clutter of it all, it seems as though we have lost sight of the one thing all Americans can agree on: The health care system is broken. When we first started this election cycle, it was the top issue for most Americans regardless of party affiliation.

But when digging into the details, the bipartisanship collapses. The Affordable Care Act nobly tried to provide more people with health care, but in reality, it just added bureaucracy to the doctor-patient relationship. If Medicare for All or the public option was implemented, I only see that gap widening.

If we want to have the most effective health care, we need to close the gap, cut the red

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Global Fitness Tracker Market 2020 Industry Chain structure, Market Competition, SWOT Analysis Report by 2025

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Sep 28, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
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