Yossi Bahagon, the founder of Sweetch, describes the company’s approach to digital reminders as a mixture of artificial intelligence and emotional intelligence. The app will use AI to analyse “lifeprint” data picked up through a smartphone. Then it delivers messages to when you might be more likely to respond to them and in a “tone […]
Onsite diagnostic testing, online medical visits, and remote monitoring are just the beginning of healthcare moving into the 21st century, giving a whole new meaning to the term “digital transformation.” Startups driving this transformation include […] Sweetch, a clinically validated disease management optimization platform.
Meet our G4A 2020 Partner, Sweetch! Yossi Bahagon, Founder & CEO, talks to Jessica DaMassa of WTF Health about his company’s role in the transformation of healthcare.
Bayer will support five new startup companies as part of the company’s G4A Digital Health Partnerships Program. Focus will be on fostering the development of a digital health ecosystem, while driving forward integrated healthcare solutions in the fields of cardiometabolic and renal diseases, oncology, and women’s health.
Founded in 2014, Sweetch is a clinically validated mobile-health platform that utilizes artificial technology (AI) to significantly increase patients’ engagement and compliance with essential health promotion and chronic disease management recommendations through Just-in-Time Adaptive Intervention.
Sweetch Health, an Artificial Intelligence based platform for prediction, prevention and management of chronic diseases, has announced that healthcare pioneer Prof. David Nash, MD, MBA, Founding Dean Emeritus of the Jefferson College of Population Health has joined the Sweetch Advisory Board.
This morning, data science company IQVIA unveiled a partnership with EMIS Health, a Leeds-based primary care software provider, to enable GPs in England electronically ‘prescribe’ apps evaluated against NHS standards to patients.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is finding its way in various industries and uplifting their service capabilities to a great extent. The healthcare industry is no exception to this.
Sweetch, the first AI digital therapeutics solution that helps predict, prevent and improve outcomes among people with diabetes is partnering with integrated health care system WellSpan Health.
A recent Johns Hopkins study found that prediabetic patients who used the interactive mobile coaching program Sweetch lost weight and increased physical activity. The study, published in JMIR, found that participant lost a mean 3.5 pounds and significantly improved weekly physical activity over the course of the three-month trial.