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28 Teams Chosen for 2nd Annual Medical Capital Innovation Competition

BioEnterprise, in partnership with the Global Center for Health Innovation (Global Center), Cuyahoga County, and Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) is pleased to announce the participants of the second annual Medical Capital Innovation Competition (MCIC2) to be held at the Global Center for Health Innovation in Cleveland, April 23-24, 2018.


Cleveland Clinic Targets Telemedicine, Big Data and AI to Improve the Future of Care

The Cleveland Clinic has a history of being on the bleeding edge of health IT and its new CEO Tom Mihaljevic has made it clear that the Ohio-based health system will keep pushing ahead as a medical technology pioneer.


Boston Scientific Announces Acquisition of Securus Medical Group, Inc.

Boston Scientific Corporation (NYSE: BSX) today announced the acquisition of Securus Medical Group, Inc., a privately-held company that has developed a thermal monitoring system for the continuous measurement of esophageal temperature. Boston Scientific has been an investor in Securus since 2016, and the transaction price for the remaining stake not already owned consists of $40 million in cash up-front, as well as up to $10 million in contingent payments based on regulatory achievements and commercial milestones.


Plug and Play taps first Cleveland cohort

The dozen companies were selected from a group of more than 480 applicants. Over the next three months, the selected startups will work with Plug and Play's corporate partners — namely JumpStart Inc. and the Cleveland Clinic — and have the opportunity to land pilots, develop proof of concepts and explore investment opportunities, according to a news release. There is no cost for the startups to participate in the program. They will graduate from the program June 28.


PulsanteĀ® Therapy Awarded Prestigious Forfait Innovation Package to Fast-Track Medical Innovation for Cluster Headache in France

Autonomic Technologies, Inc., today announced that the College of the French National Authority for Health (HAS) issued a favorable opinion on a Forfait Innovation package for the Pulsante® SPG Microstimulator System. The award will support a randomized controlled trial for patients suffering from cluster headache. Autonomic Technologies is a medical device company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative therapies for the treatment of severe headache.


Health startups compete in Cleveland Thursday, launching Plug and Play business accelerator

People behind some of the freshest startups in health and technology will tell their stories in a fast-paced competition in Cleveland Thursday - vying for the chance to develop their concepts here, and attract investors.


Cleveland Clinic, Plug and Play CEOs all in on Cleveland healthcare

Two top executives are working to ensure Cleveland is a player in the evolving health technology industry.


First 10 startups make pitch for time at Plug and Play in Cleveland

The first 10 of 21 startups hoping to gain a spot in Plug and Play Cleveland's business accelerator ranged from a provider of genetic counselors to a maker of sensors that could detect when a child is about to wet his bed.


Plug and Play to pick first Cleveland accelerator class March 1

About 30 startups from across the globe, 20 of which are innovators in the health-tech field, are in Cleveland on Thursday in the hopes of joining Cleveland's first Plug and Play accelerator class.


Plug and Play pitch competition brings global startups to Cleveland

Companies that reduce doctor office wait times, offer online group therapy sessions and help explain a patients genetic profile were among the startups vying for a seat in Plug and Play's first Cleveland-based accelerator class on Thursday.

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