Israel ready to share MedTech knowledge and experience with Ukraine
On February 10, Israel’s Economic and Trade Mission to Ukraine and Israeli-Ukrainian Alliance held an online meeting between the representatives of Ukrainian clinics and their Israeli counterparts from medical centers and firms that use and develop modern medical technologies.
During the event, Israeli speakers shared their best practices and achievements across several areas with their Ukrainian colleagues and discussed possibilities for future cooperation and implementation of advanced technological solutions in Ukrainian clinics.
Companies and centers that took part in the meeting: Elbit Systems (implementation of the Ex-Teams communication system for rapid communication between the doctors, medical staff and patients during the COVID -19 epidemic), Acetech (supportive treatment using integrated technologies), Izmedic (treating foreign patients in Israel) Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (modern methods for cancer treatment), School of Public Health of the University of Haifa (paradigm shift in the treatment of chronic pain), Loewenstein Hospital (new approaches in rehabilitation medicine).
The Israeli- Ukrainian Alliance is always willing to assist Ukrainian medical institutions that would like to establish cooperation with Israeli clinics or MedTech companies. If you were unable to attend the online are interested in topics touched upon by our speakers, please contact us and we will help to establish contact or will request additional information on your behalf.
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