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|Type of business||Private|
Type of site
|Headquarters||New York City, United States|
|Key people||Amir Leitersdorf, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Iri Amirav, CMO and Co-Founder
|Slogan(s)||"iMedix is a new way to find and share health information"|
iMedix was a health search engine and social network service that utilized advanced proprietary algorithms to provide information in response to medical questions and concerns. iMedix was a U.S. cooperation founded in 2006 by Amir Leitersdorf and Iri Amirav. The company's R&D was based in Herzeliya, Israel.
Om May 18, 2011, AVG Technologies acquired iMedix Web Technologies Ltd., realizing "the integration of iMedix software with the Company’s existing solutions." The website shut down sometime after February 2012.
Service and technology
The iMedix service offered a combination of a health search engine and a collaborative community platform.
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