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11/18/2014

Juventas Therapeutics Presents Phase II Data at AHA Scientific Sessions That Shows JVS-100 is Safe, Potentially Effective in Patients with Critical Limb Ischemia


 


11/18/2014

9 Healthcare Innovations Driven By Open Data

Three years ago, Jeopardy fans got to see Watson, IBM's supercomputer, beat two human Jeopardy champions to take a $1 million prize. Watson's skill at the game derived not just from its computing power but from its ability to process huge amounts of data rapidly. The next year, IBM and the Cleveland Clinic announced that Watson was turning to more serious pursuits and had "enrolled" in medical school. It's been a productive partnership: Last month, they launched a new Watson program using genomic data to find the best options for cancer patients.
 


11/18/2014

Medical innovations and life-changing inventions


11/18/2014

Parker Hannifin, Cleveland Clinic developing hundreds of ‘potential medical advancments’

Motion and control technologies developer Parker Hannifin Corporation and the Cleveland Clinic are collaborating on the development of more than 100 “potential medical advancements,” ranging from new medical devices to new ways of testing cells.
 
Pete Buca, innovation and technology vice president for Parker’s fluid connectors group, shared with MedCity News some of the forthcoming products, which are developed with a 50-50 partnership with Cleveland Clinic Innovations upon any commercialization.


11/17/2014

Cleveland Clinic spin-off to commercialize clinical innovations


11/17/2014

Medical innovations, life-changing inventions for 2015


11/14/2014

Cleveland Clinic spinout company Adeo LLC aims to prevent technologies from getting lost in the shuffle


11/10/2014

Hospitals Are Serving as Incubators for Innovation

Health care is an industry that's ripe for disruption, with various inconveniences posing the potential to erode the customer's experience. And as hospitals increasingly are being asked to reinvent what they do, leaders are looking to disruptors in the tech and startup world to aid in the transformation.

The latest example of such enterprising can be found at Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City. The 22-hospital nonprofit health system announced last week that it's rolling out a new, three-pronged model to pinpoint innovative ideas. That includes both an innovation lab, giving employees a platform to turn their ideas into commercial businesses, and a Salt Lake "accelerator" that links area entrepreneurs with resources.


11/05/2014

10 Ideas That Are About To Revolutionize Medicine


11/03/2014

Checkmating cancer with checkpoint inhibitors


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