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AIRS Medical Named a Top Digital Health Company: Key Takeaways

At AIRS Medical, we strive to transform healthcare through cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics. That’s why we’re thrilled to be featured in Newsweek’s inaugural World’s Best Digital Health Companies — a global list of renowned organizations that excel in medical care and discovery.

The Selection Process

Newsweek partnered with Statista, the leading online statistics portal, to identify the best businesses across seven categories: data analytics, diagnostics, health records, medical management, prevention, telehealth, and treatment. They graded companies on three categories:

  • Financial performance metrics such as revenue per employee and funding. This segment was weighted most heavily, accounting for 55% of the overall score.
  • Impact, defined as the quality of the firm’s products and the expertise of its leadership team. The impact score category was worth 25%.
  • Online engagement, measured by web traffic data (e.g., monthly active users and downloads). This accounted for the remaining 20%.

The Award

AIRS Medical was featured in the data analytics category, a recognition that CEO Hyeseong Lee reflected on:

“Receiving this recognition reaffirms our commitment to revolutionize healthcare through the power of AI and robotics. At AIRS Medical, we are innovating to improve patient outcomes and drive positive change in the industry.”
– Hyeseong Lee, CEO

In all, more than 400 companies from 35 countries were recognized.

Bottom Line

This recognition highlights the transformative potential of our AI. Products like SwiftMR™ not only generate revenue for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) centers but also improve the patient experience by shortening scan times.

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