Call for Proposal: Technologies to Reduce Workloads and Prevent Burnout of Health System Workers
As part of the national plan to strengthen health system workers and prevent burnout, the Ministry of Health, the Innovation Authority and the Israel Digital Headquarters invite technology companies to apply for a grant in a pilot program aimed at strengthening health system workers and preventing burnout through solutions to challenges in the work environment and tools to increase the resilience of human capital in health care organizations.
Call for Proposal: EzerTech Course
Technology companies and NGOs operating in Israel and interested in developing and testing the feasibility of technologies that serve groups with disabilities and the elderly population. Deadline: 08/15/22.
In addition, on 07/26/22, HealthIL's Director Yael Ofir will deliver a unique lecture on the topic: "necessary conditions for a successful pilot in the health ecosystem" during an exposure conference for the Ezertech track. The conference is free of charge but pre-registration is required
A call for cooperation in R&D and pilots with international health institutions
The Innovation Authority, in collaboration with the health innovation community HealthIL and five of the world's leading hospitals, invite Israeli companies to submit applications to carry out joint or pilot R&D projects, and to receive funding of up to 50% of the project expenses in the hospitals:
Hartford (USA), Mayo Clinic (USA), NHSA (United Kingdom), Charité (Germany), Thomas Jefferson (USA)
For more details click here.