Story excerpt provided by WKSU.
Written by Tim Rudell.
The deadline to submit new-tech ideas to the state of Ohio to fight the opioid crisis is growing near. The challenge includes $8 million in awards and grants. It kicked-off Oct. 18th, with proposals to be in no later than Dec. 15th.
Dr. Mark Hurst is medical director of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. He says hundreds of submissions are already in and the best of those, and of the hundreds more that are expected, will receive awards.
Click here to read the complete article. Originally published November 21, 2017.