Cleveland Clinic to reveal top medical innovations for 2016
Cleveland Clinic's 2015 Medical Innovation Summit will reveal the top medical innovations for next year at its 13th annual event.
15 hospital, health system chief innovation officers to know
As innovation becomes a mainstay in the healthcare industry, organizations are carving out leadership positions devoted exclusively to innovative processes and projects.
Brakes for Breasts in October
Throughout October automotive repair shops across the country are looking to end breast cancer with a unique fundraising campaign.
A Cleveland Clinic spinout providing GPS for vascular surgery raises $1.7M
Early stage medical device company Centerline Biomedical, which developed a 3D vascular navigation system to help surgeons to carry out procedures has raised $1.7 million, according to a company statement.
Cleveland Clinic partners with Procter & Gamble, Cleveland Heartlab to develop heart disease biomarker
Cleveland Clinic has collaborated with Cleveland HeartLab and Procter & Gamble to develop and commercialise a diagnostic and management solution for a heart disease biomarker recently discovered by researchers in Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research and Heart & Vascular Institutes.
Hospitals use big-data platform to improve care
In treating diabetic patients at the Cleveland Clinic for many years, internist Dr. Anil Jain saw many with concurrent conditions such as hypertension, high cholesterol and depression. He was frustrated that there was no rapid way to collect aggregated data from the clinic's entire patient population to analyze the interplay of diabetic patients' various conditions and treatments and determine how to achieve best outcomes.
Procter & Gamble (PG), Cleveland Clinic to Partner on Heart Disease Biomarker Development, Commercialization
Cleveland Clinic is collaborating with Cleveland HeartLab and Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) to develop and commercialize a diagnostic and management solution for a heart disease biomarker recently discovered by researchers in Cleveland Clinic's Lerner Research and Heart & Vascular Institutes.
Midwest Healthcare Startups Raise $507.8 Million in First Half of 2015
Midwest healthcare startups reported $507.8 million in total investments across 144 companies in the first half of 2015, according to the BioEnterprise Midwest Healthcare Growth Capital Report. Ohio led the way in financings ($158.6 million), followed by Minnesota ($100.5 million) and Wisconsin ($73.1 million). Among regions, Cleveland, Minneapolis and Chicago led healthcare investment in the Midwest.
New Frontier for Deep Brain Stimulation Therapy Is Recovery From Stroke
Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic are testing whether electrical stimulation of the brain helps improve the effectiveness of physical rehabilitation after a stroke. Strokes leave hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. debilitated each year.