Diagnostic Robotics CEO Receives Prestigious Award from Israeli Government

December 7, 2022

Dr. Kira Radinsky, CEO & Co-Founder of Diagnostic Robotics, has received the Award of Appreciation to Olim for Extraordinary Contributions to Society and the State. “Olim” is the Hebrew word for Immigrants, and the prize is specifically awarded to immigrants who have made significant contributions to the State of Israel. Dr. Radinsky immigrated to Israel from Ukraine at the age of four. 

Just five Israeli citizens, all immigrants, received this award for their considerable and outstanding contributions to the State of Israel and their inspirational personalities. Recipients were invited to receive their awards this month at the President’s residence, which Israeli President Isaac Herzog and Immigration and Absorption Minister Pnina Tamano-Shata attended.

Kira received this award for her contributions to science, specifically for her leadership of Diagnostic Robotics to develop AI predictive models for the healthcare industry. Under her direction, Diagnostic Robotics has been able to work with large national health plans and providers in the US to revolutionize their care management strategies and transform clinical program performance, improve efficiencies, and reduce the cost of care.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Diagnostic Robotics was also able to use its proprietary AI models to help the Israeli government remotely triage patients, conduct population-level monitoring for concerning trends or hotspots of COVID-19 activity, and discover yet-to-be-discovered COVID-19 symptoms among its citizens. 

The Israeli government also recognizes Kira's other contributions such as her research studies, workshops, and time as a visiting professor at Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

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