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For the 3rd consecutive year, Newsweek magazine cited Sheba Medical Center as being amongst the Top 20 “World’s Smartest Hospitals”, ranking 14th on this year’s list. Additionally, Sheba’s cardiology, neurosurgery and gastroenterology specialty wards all ranked in the Top 50 in Newsweek’s ranking of World’s Best Specialty Hospitals, with oncology joining the list for the first time.
“Sheba Medical Center is proud to be among the leading Smart Hospitals in the world on the Newsweek ranking,” said Prof. Eyal Zimlichman, Chief Transformation Officer and Chief Innovation Officer at Sheba Medical Center and Director and Founder of ARC Innovation. “Through our transformation and innovation platform ARC, we see technology, and specifically digital health, as a strategic enabler that will allow us to transform operations and patient care, allowing us to become much more effective, efficient and centered on human needs.”
And for the first time, Yoel Har-Even, Director of Sheba Global was named as one of the Top 50 Most Influential Jews in the world by the Jerusalem Post.
“The Jerusalem Post’s ’50 Most Influential Jews’ list is the honor roll of the Jewish people, recognizing individuals who have had an outsized impact on fields ranging from politics and philanthropy to technology and the arts,” said Jerusalem Post, Editor-in-Chief, Avi Mayer.
“Choosing me to be on this prestigious list, is a vote of confidence in Sheba Medical Center and the extensive activities carried out by Sheba Global,” said Har-Even. “Medical diplomacy is Sheba Medical Center’s way of performing Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).”
Prof. Gili Regev-Yochay, head of the new Sheba Pandemic Preparedness Research Institute (SPRI) also made the list alongside 2 of her “Disease Warriors” compatriots.