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In medical business news, imaging software firm Riverain Medical hopes to boost sales of a product that helps detect lung cancer. The company’s technology allows radiologists to see behind ribs and clavicles to get a better view of pulmonary nodules. Read more about this company’s promising future.
A venture capital fund that has helped Ohio companies and created jobs has an unclear future. The Ohio Capital Fund is waiting on new legislation to help it continue. Read more to find out how this state-backed venture program works.
Hospital navigation is easier on patients and visitors, thanks to a touch-screen kiosk with maps and instructions. In order to save staff time and improve patient satisfaction, some hospitals are using LogicJunction’s Wayfinder. Read more to learn about the market for this healthcare software.
Choosing the right clinical research organization plays a key role in a successful clinical trial. Read about how to tell whether a CRO is a good fit for your company.
Healthcare startups in Minnesota and Ohio are leading the Midwest in attracting investment dollars this year, but healthcare startup investing for the Midwest as a whole has fallen.
Biotech companies will have a new resource in the Ohio University Innovation Center’s new biotech research and development facility. Read more to learn about what it will offer.
Biotech companies will no longer be able to use wet laboratory space at Cincinnati incubator BioStart in September. However, the organization will continue to offer other services, such as market research, business model assistance and team-building support.
An emerging health IT startup in Ohio landed an international deal in Canada that forced it – and gave it a reason – to make its electronic health record software multilingual.
Medical device startups often are created out of the entrepreneur’s desire to solve a medical problem. It’s no different with Continental Dry Works and its male urinary incontinence product, The Pocket.
Cleveland Clinic is looking for a design for a surgically implantable microsensor. Are you up for the $30,000 challenge?
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