2023 Q4 Newsletter

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2023 Q4 Newsletter

Online medical services are increasingly and positively impacting healthcare, and virtual obstetric care powered by Pulsenmore’s home ultrasound knows no boundaries. Read on to get the recent news and updates.

n the world of healthcare, bridging the gap between innovation and implementation, can be a challenge. In that prism, our collaboration with Clalit Health Services, one of the largest HMOs in the world, is a shining example of breaking through barriers. These days we are celebrating the 100,000 home scans done through the Pulsenmore solution!!! Hear about the successful implementation from Prof. Asnat Walfish, head of the hospital for women, Beilinson, Israel.

Sheba Beyond is a branch of Sheba hospital, ranked amongst the top 10 best hospitals in the world. Beyond has managed to implement a hybrid program for high-risk pregnancies by harnessing the power of innovative technologies including Pulsenmore. Clinical visits can be seamlessly replaced by virtual consultations, and high-risk pregnancy hospitalizations can be shifted to the comfort of home! Hear from Dr. Avi Tsur, Director of Gynaecology and Obstetrics at Sheba Beyond.

The landscape of antenatal care is changing with potential advances that benefit pregnant women and their care providers with valuable, cost-saving opportunities to expand current models, without sacrificing safety or patient satisfaction. Click to read these recent insights and advances by Jessica Atkinson, Stephen Tong, and team.

Hot off the Press

Two new studies have recently been published about the Pulsenmore solution and we’re excited to share them with you!
The study from the Universitätsklinikum Erlangen in Germany, published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine, shows wide acceptance of self-examination using mobile systems for fetal ultrasonography during pregnancy.To read the full article by Constanza A. Pontones & team just visit our clinical publications page.
The study from Sheba Medical Centre, and the Gertner Ins. for Epidemiology & Health Policy published in the Int. Journal of Gynaecology & Obstetrics shows how remote fetal well-being assessment is feasible, time-saving and results in high patient satisfaction.
The full article by Dr. Avi Tsur, Omer Nir & team is available in the link below. 

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