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Israel has recently approved 19 different programs to strengthen the partnerships between HMOs and HealthTech start-ups. 30 million dollars have been budgeted for these projects which include building an R&D infrastructure for organizations such as hospitals and HMOs.

“The new program that is being developed together with the Innovation Authority and Israel Digital Initiative is significant news for continued investment in the health system, in order to promote research and development,” said Esti Shelly, director of Digital Health in the Ministry of Health. “This will provide patients with services and treatments at the forefront of medical innovation, which is tailored to the needs of the Israeli population.” Via nocamels