5 healthcare innovation hubs launched in the last 30 days

Santa Maria, Calif.-based Marian Regional Medical Center Foundation got a $2 million present from a confidential donor, which it will utilize to produce the Advanced Technology and Innovation Endowment Fund. The program will buy medical equipment and technology for the healthcare facility.

Recognizing a lack of development programs in pediatric health care, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles announced a new digital health accelerator that will link 26 hospitals throughout the U.S., U.K. and Australia with 10 tech companies concentrated on increasing digital innovations in pediatric health care. Applications for the accelerator close Oct. 7, and business will be selected jointly by the hospitals Nov. 10. The 13-week program will then run every year from January through March.

Baton Rouge, La., protected a cumulative $1.2 million in private-sector and federal financing to release Health-Tech Catalyst, a three-year health care development initiative. The effort will make up 3 parts: an innovation incubator for new innovations, a program in which healthcare facilities collaborate to increase clinical trial access or develop speculative treatments, and a financial investment capital arm for healthcare start-ups.

The University of California San Francisco School of Medicine received a $1.5 million grant to develop a brand-new endowment that funds palliative medicine innovation tasks concentrating on enhancing training for clinicians dealing with patients with serious diseases through telemedicine. The fund will support development of a series of educational modules for trainees and other students to utilize and learn required skills for using telemedicine successfully.

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Thursday, September 17th, 2020
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Janssen, Johnson & & Johnsons pharmaceutical arm, introduced a nine-month digital health start-up accelerator concentrating on predictive diagnostic designs and treatment management gadgets. The initiative, which will focus mainly on start-ups in the Middle East, Africa and Europe, will accept pitches up until Sept. 27.

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From medical facilities to universities to towns, here are the 5 most current entities launching health care development programs as covered by Beckers Hospital Review in the last 30 days.

Recognizing an absence of development programs in pediatric health care, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles announced a brand-new digital health accelerator that will link 26 health centers across the U.S., U.K. and Australia with 10 tech business focused on increasing digital developments in pediatric healthcare. Applications for the accelerator close Oct. 7, and companies will be selected jointly by the healthcare facilities Nov. 10. The 13-week program will then run every year from January through March.

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