Columbus, Ohio, sits in the center of the state. Increasingly, it also sits at the center of the state’s digital healthcare scene.
The majority of the $574.7 million that Ohio startups raised in venture capital funding in 2017 went to healthcare companies, which raised $396.5 million, a 206% increase over 2016, according to venture capital group Hyde Park Angels.
Those healthcare startups have a strong base in and around Columbus. “It’s becoming more of a hub,” said Tim Raderstorf, chief innovation officer at the Ohio State University College of Nursing. “There’s a lot of buzz about the city itself and a lot of great energy.”
Click here to read the complete article. Story excerpt provided by Modern Healthcare. Written by Rachel Z. Arndt. Originally published May 12, 2018.