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By Jonah Comstock January 14, 2013
GE Healthcare and StartUp Health announced a partnership last week to offer GE mentorship and support to a new class of ten consumer health companies. Startups in the three-year program will be enrolled in the StartUp Academy along with about 65 other companies, but will also receive additional benefits like a dedicated GE executive mentor and access to a "virtual commercial laboratory" to test...
By Neil Versel November 16, 2012
Photo Credit: Adam Schultz / Clinton Foundation Remote and home patient monitoring technologies will be a key component of former President Bill Clinton's new push, through his William J. Clinton Foundation, to eliminate health disparities between communities of different socioeconomic and racial strata. Clinton this week introduced the Clinton Health Matters Initiative, in partnership with...
By Brian Dolan May 4, 2010
GE announced a $3 million investment into Ireland's Technology Research for Independent Living (TRIL) center, which Intel co-founded in 2007 with Ireland's Industrial Development Agency. Academic research partners for the center include University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin and NUI Galway. GE's participation and cash infusion will enable TRIL to expand the number of participants is...