Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Lydia Coutré.
The third annual Cleveland Medical Hackathon, scheduled for Oct. 21-22, will take on population health, precision medicine, public health and the opioid crisis. The 24-hour, high-energy, problem-solving session invites teams to the Global Center for Health Innovation to identify challenges, propose answers and develop technological solutions to challenges in health and health care, according to a news release.
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Originally published August 23, 2017.