Celebrating National
Self-Check Month: 
Enabling Health Checks
from Smartphones



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Tune in to learn about:

  • How does Binah.ai's video-based health check technology work?
  • How accurate is Binah.ai's technology? 
  • What's the connection between chronic diseases and the biomarkers you can measure using Binah.ai?
  • How can end-users use Binah.ai to help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease?

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National Self-Check Month aims to help people take control of their health. Self-checks can reduce the risk and help improve the management of diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, anemia, and more. Join our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Naveh Tov, to discover the benefits of self-checks and how you can enable anyone with a smartphone to take one anytime, anywhere.

Put People in Control of Their Health 



Just by looking at the device's camera

No Wearables Needed

No need to purchase wearables

Easy to Integrate

Available as SDK or end-to-end application platform


Wide support

Supported by most iPhones and Android smartphones

For All

Supports any gender and skin color

Always available 

Technology runs on the device, making it available even without internet connection  

Enable Self-Checks From Smartphones 

Enable patients or clients to measure a wide range of biomarkers in just 60 seconds by looking at their personal device camera.


Our Speaker

Dr. Naveh Tov Ph.D.
binah.ai | Health Checks Anywhere

Dr. Naveh Tov Ph.D.
Chief Medical Officer at Binah.ai

Dr. Tov brings over 20 years of experience working in both academic and clinical positions at Bnai Zion Medical Center in Haifa, Israel, where he specialized in internal, pulmonary, and sleep medicine and served as head of the pulmonary unit. Dr. Tov has consulted for several medical device and pharmaceutical companies.

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