In Cleveland, Health Tech Brings Hopes of Economic, Human Development

Story excerpt provided by Healthcare Analytics News.

Written by Jared Kaltwasser.

The City of Cleveland is already known as a healthcare hub, but local economic development officials believe the city’s history and workforce make it uniquely qualified to be a healthcare technology leader in the era of big data.

That case is outlined in a new report by Cleveland State University’s Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs. The study, titled “The Healing Economy: An Economic Development Framework for Cleveland,” notes that the city has the densest health science labor market in the country, with 14.5% of the region’s workforce employed in high-skilled healthcare delivery.

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Originally published February 26, 2018.

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