Case Western Reserve University team among winners in health-tech competition


Story excerpt provided by The Plain Dealer.

Written by Julie Washington.

Software that simulates conversations between doctors and patients, a mobile app for organ donation organizations and artificial intelligence that can analyze brain tumors are ideas that may come to the healthcare field in the future, thanks to a boost from the Medical Capital Innovation competition.

The teams behind those ideas were winners in the first-ever Medical Capital Innovation Competition, “All Things Data in Healthcare,” which took place in the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland this week. The two-day event included a business plan pitch competition that asked professional and collegiate teams to present their ideas to a panel of judges. Winners were announced Wednesday evening.

Click here to read the complete article, and see related article in Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Originally published April 27, 2017.

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