New companies reflect the high level of innovation and collaboration in Ohio
By Aaron Pitts, senior managing director of Healthcare at JobsOhio
Cleveland Clinic, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus are spinning off new, innovative companies that are coming up with groundbreaking breakthroughs around the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health problems. These new health care companies are a testament to the research and collaborative environment in Ohio that support innovation.
A thriving healthcare industry supports health care's tech innovation
Aaron Pitts, senior managing director, JobsOhio
Ohio is a great location for opportunities in health tech, the intersection of health care and information technology. Ohio’s thriving healthcare industry made up of industry-leaders and startups provides a rich base for growth.
Goal for grant is to create innovative products, services and jobs.
Andrew Deye, senior director of strategy, sales & research, JobsOhio
The R&D Center Grant Program allows JobsOhio to make strategic investments in new R&D centers that support our targeted industries and the evolution of the Ohio economy. Since its inception, four R&D centers representing an array of industries have been announced, with more deals expected in the coming months.
Some of the world’s greatest assets in health care are in Ohio
Ohio’s impressive healthcare industry is making advancements that are revolutionizing health care around the world. As a result, Ohio is quickly becoming an attractive location for healthcare companies. Its academic and research resources, talent pipeline and assortment of valuable assets will benefit companies looking to be pioneers in bioscience.
From pharmaceuticals to hearts, Ohio is applying this innovative tech
Aaron Pitts, Managing Director of Healthcare, JobsOhio
3D-printing has been around since the 80s, but within the last decade it has gained steam in several industries including healthcare. Today, Ohio and its world-renowned healthcare industry are utilizing 3D-printing to improve health care.