The Times of Israel: Clalit to offer pregnant members startup PulseNmore’s at-home ultrasound kit

Israeli startup PulseNmore has signed a multi-year agreement with Israel’s largest healthcare provider, Clalit Health Services, to provide tens of thousands of its pregnant members the handheld tele-ultrasound device developed by the startup.

The device enables pregnant women to perform at-home ultrasound scans, and get feedback from a physician or sonographer, limiting the need for hospital and doctor visits during COVID-19 and beyond.

Clalit Health Services, with 4.6 million insured members, is the first healthcare provider to purchase the device, PulseNmore said in a statement.

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