Red Banyan CEO Evan Nierman had an op-ed published by the Times of Israel this week covering critical updates on the deadly coronavirus and what Israel is doing to fight it.

Israel’s renowned national hospital, Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer, has pioneered the very first coronavirus telemedicine program in Israel. The hospital is home to an innovation hub that promotes collaboration and innovation through establishing relationships with doctors and entrepreneurs to redesign and restructure the healthcare industry.

In this article, Evan highlights the strategies implemented by Sheba Medical Center and the cutting-edge technological systems the hospital uses to connect and monitor patients under quarantine.

“This team of visionary experts leading Sheba Medical Center today are continuously pushing the boundaries of medical innovation on a daily basis,” Evan stated. “They are leading a global research powerhouse that defies all odds, refuses to give up, and goes above and beyond each to conquer the challenges of today and tomorrow.”

To learn more about the incredible work the Israeli hospital is doing to contribute to not just the containment of the coronavirus but the future of the health industry at-large, check out the article here.