Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
In one room, Rick Arlow used high-powered computers to simulate deep brain stimulation techniques.
The room across the hall wasn’t quite so high tech.
It was full of binders, floor to ceiling. If they started falling, someone might get hurt.
Arlow aims to prevent such a catastrophe — and many other paper problems plaguing hospitals that run clinical trials. His startup company, Complion, is helping University Hospitals and other health care providers get rid of all those binders.
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Originally published January 17, 2016.