MedHub Adds Robotics Entrepreneur Prof. Rafael Beyar to its Board

MedHub Ltd, a medical technology company specializing in the development and commercialization of AI powered technologies that aid in the diagnosis of cardiac disease, announced today the appointment of Prof. Rafael Beyar as the Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors.

As MedHub continues to execute on its go-to-market strategy, the company is further expanding its  capabilities and expertise with the appointment of Prof. Rafael Beyar, a seasoned medical device and robotics entrepreneur with a proven track record of helping small and medium sized companies gain a leading market position.  

“We are thrilled to have a leading industry expert, with Prof. Beyar’s extensive medical device development expertise, join our Board of Directors,” said Or Baruch El, Chief Executive Officer of MedHub. “Prof. Beyar is a distinguished cardiologist and medical-device entrepreneur known worldwide for his ceaseless innovations and stewardship of successful med-tech companies. His insights will be instrumental as we roll-out our marketing program and invest in collaboration opportunities.”

Prof. Rafael (Rafi) Beyar is a former director of Rambam Health Care Campus, a clinical interventional cardiologist, and a Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Engineering at the Technion. Prof. Beyar earned his MD from Tel Aviv University (1977), DSc in Biomedical Engineering from the Technion (1983), and Master of Public Health degree from the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University (2008). Prof. Beyar trained at Johns Hopkins Cardiology Department where he held a visiting Professor appointment. Beyar served as Dean of the Technion’s Ruth & Bruce Rappaport Faculty of Medicine (1999–2005) – it was under his leadership that Professors Avram Hershko and Aaron Ciechanover were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2004.

Prof. Beyar has co-founded two immensely successful companies: InStent, which was acquired by Medtronic for $200M (1996), and NaviCath (later Corindus), a Technion Incubator Company (2002) that was the first-in-the-world to introduce robotic coronary intervention. Corindus was acquired by Siemens Healthineers for $1.1B in 2019. In 1996 he founded and continues to co-chair, together with Professor Chaim Lotan, the international meeting “Innovation in Cardiovascular Interventions (ICI)”.

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