Alta's goal is to enable seamless, real-time remote industry support, proctoring, and clinical education for interventional procedures. By providing virtual access to the operating room and cath lab, our simple to use, low-cost clinical collaboration solution connects doctors, industry experts and allied health professionals using advanced medical technology.
Alta was founded by Professor Shlomo Ben-Haim, a medical technologies serial entrepreneur who recognized the value of remotely accessing interventional procedure rooms to support physicians and increase efficiencies and streamline work flow for hospitals and Industry.
Our ability to facilitate and reduce the costs associated with sharing accurate clinical information in real-time and our ability to provide on demand technical and clinical support ensures that all healthcare ecosystem stakeholders benefit from using Alta which is already being used in leading medical institutions in the US and Europe.
Our team is led by a seasoned group of executives with interdisciplinary backgrounds and extensive experience in interventional procedures and medical device marketing and sales. In the US we are supported by our well-established partners, Cassling, who are responsible for Alta system sales, installations and primary support.
Chairman – Professor Shlomo Ben-Haim
Professor Shlomo Ben-Haim, a renowned medical device entrepreneur, has an impressive record of co-founding companies and maximizing their value. He has held faculty appointments as a Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics at both Harvard University and the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Professor Ben-Haim’s education was in Medicine and Biophysics. He has published over 200 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, and is the recipient of a long list of prizes for his research and inventions. Professor Ben-Haim is the inventor of more than 550 patents and patent applications worldwide, including those for a navigated cardiac catheterization system and an implantable device for treating congestive heart failure and diabetes. Professor Ben-Haim is now focusing on building businesses in healthcare that improve patient health, and reduce total healthcare spending.