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EarlySense, the market leader in contact-free continuous monitoring solutions, announced that Dr. Liat Tsoref, VP & GM of Digital Health, has been selected as a speaker at the Wonder Women Tech Conference (WWT) taking place July 15-17, in Long Beach, CA.

While EarlySense has a proven track record in the medical field, it was Dr. Tsoref, head of the company’s Consumer Digital Health Business Unit, who has led the efforts to bring the company’s clinically-proven medical technology to the consumer market. Under her management, the company has partnered with global consumer technology leaders Samsung and Icon Health and Fitness.

Offering EarlySense to consumers opens a huge big data analytics opportunity focused on vital signs. Such data can help providers and payers deliver a higher quality service and care.

Dr. Tsoref will take part in a panel discussing the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the women aiding its growth. The panel will include Letha McLaren, CMO of Icontrol Networks, Dana Knight, Director of Marketing at TP-LINK, Sujata Neidig, Vice President of Marketing at Thread Group and Business Developer Manager at NXP and Mary Matyas, SVP of Client Solutions at Performics, and will examine the impact of IoT and the women aiding its growth.

The WWT Conference series features educational initiatives that highlight, educate, and celebrate women and diversity in all areas of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics). It aims to explore the next frontier in innovation/tech and spotlights female and diverse role models who have paved the way for future generations.

Dr. Tsoref holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Tel Aviv University, is author of over 50 articles and scientific papers and holds more than 25 patents and patent applications.

EarlySense’s FDA-cleared contact-free monitoring technology is used in hospitals around the world to assist healthcare teams with saving lives and improving patient care. The technology has also been adapted for assisted living facilities and home use, and powers several consumer wellness products, including Samsung’s SleepSense, The iFit Sleep Sensor and Beurer’s SE 80 SleepExpert.

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