The Global Center for Health Innovation has landed its first startup tenant.
Cleveland-based TPA Stream, a health insurance administration software company, plans to move into 4,500 square feet within the Global Center.
The move is a win for BioEnterprise Corp.: The health care-focused economic development organization aims to turn the downtown Cleveland facility into “an active innovation center” where health care providers, companies and investors can work together on big problems, BioEnterprise CEO Aram Nerpouni stated in a news release announcing TPA Stream’s move.
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Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
Originally published September 14, 2018.