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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.


New Plug and Play accelerator could grow beyond health tech startups

Plug and Play Cleveland is in the process of selecting at least 10 health tech startups that will set up shop at the Global Center for Health Innovation in April — but that's just the beginning, according to Plug and Play CEO Saeed Amidi.


Plug and Play aims to tie Silicon Valley to Cleveland's medical community

Technology accelerator Plug and Play opened up competition for its initial group of startup on Thursday at the HIMSS Innovation Center in Cleveland.


Plug and Play to Select First Cleveland Accelerator Class

According to, the Cleveland Clinic and JumpStart will help select 10 businesses for the health-tech accelerator class, which will run for three months. Those chosen for the program will receive mentorship sessions and assistance in finding customers and creating proof of concept products or services.


28 health and technology startups will compete to be in Plug and Play accelerator: Here's what they do

The 28 companies competing for ten spots in the Plug and Play incubator are inventing ways to make patient experiences easier and everyday business tasks better. 


New in 2018: Cleveland Clinic Joins I-Corps@Ohio Program

Cleveland Clinic has been named to the Governance Board of I-Corps@Ohio, a statewide program to assist faculty and graduate students from Ohio universities and colleges to validate the market potential of their technologies and launch startup companies. Ofer Reizes, PhD, Staff, Lerner Research Institute Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, and Director, Research Core Services, and Mark Low, Managing Director of the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Centerand NIH Center for Accelerated Innovations (NCAI) at Cleveland Clinic, will serve as program officers.

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