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Posts Tagged: e-health

Global University Venturing features MaRS Innovation’s unique model for technology transfer

MaRS Innovation's "model solves the two weakest points in tech transfer: the lack of dealflow and the ability to match public funding," writes Thierry Heles in, "MaRS Innovation: A Unique Model for Tech Transfer," for Global University Venturing. This feature was also covered in Techopia. The article, which includes an interview with Dr. Rafi Hofstein, president and CEO of MaRS Innovation, was published September 14, 2015. Here's an excerpt exploring the range of MI's portfolio and Hofstein's strategy for addressing technologies emerging in new ... Read more

Ontario Government, University of Toronto, and MaRS secure Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS for Toronto – first JLABS Incubator outside of United States

Partners for JLABS @ Toronto include Janssen Inc., MaRS Innovation and seven of MI's 15 member institutions   TORONTO, Sept. 8, 2015 — The Ontario Government, University of Toronto, and MaRS Discovery District (MaRS) today announced a collaboration with Janssen Inc. to launch the successful Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS incubator model in Toronto. This announcement has been covered in the Toronto Star, Metro News Canada, Sing Tao Daily, OurWindsor.ca, FierceBiotech, BioCentury, MedCity News, BioSpace, Biotechnology Focus, Lab Product News, ChinaNews.com, Pan European Networks, Economic ... Read more

Smartphones and mobile tablets becoming mainstays for clinicians

VitalHub's partnership with Microsoft and Intel for Seattle Children's Hospital pilot and British Columbia contracts featured in Canadian Healthcare Technology "As hospital invest continue to invest in mobile solutions, doctors and nurses are more likely to be texting on their smartphones or swiping their fingers across a tablet PCs than tapping away on desktop computers," Dianne Daniel writes in the April 2015 issue of Canadian Healthcare Technology in an article titled, "Smartphones and mobile tablets are becoming essential tools for clinicians" ... Read more

How Canada’s health-care industry is riding a wave of transition

Bedside Clinical Systems featured on Research Innovation and Commercialization Centre (RICC) panel discussion In an article for YourMississaugaBiz.com, Jon Cook writes, " 'The health-care industry is relying more on the private sector for innovation and small businesses need to make sure they have a strong value proposition in order to get their projects funded,' said Telus Health executive Nicholas Zamora." The article describes a panel discussion organized by the Research Innovation and Commercialization Centre (RICC) on the "intersection of health care and technology ... Read more

Shotlst: “Track changes” for the physical world

Shotlst is one of six inaugural UTEST companies; next UTEST application round to begin shortly What if you could turn on Microsoft Word’s “track changes” tool and apply it at will to the world around you? Sound like science fiction? Meet Matt Ratto, a professor in the University of T’s Faculty of Information, and Mike Borg, a recent graduate of the faculty. They’ve formed Shotlst, a new software company being incubated by the University of Toronto Early Stage Technology (UTEST) program. The central metaphor of ... Read more

How VitalHub Corp. Uses iPhones® To Help Health Care

TORONTO, ON (Jan. 25, 2011) —Doctors, nurses and administrators can now access electronic health applications on mobile, hand-held technology through VitalHub Corp.. The unique start-up company was spun-off from mobile health technologies developed  Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital, thanks in part to $300,000 in seed financing from MaRS Innovation that will give it a crucial head start in the fiercely competitive mobile IT health sector. MaRS Innovation invests in the most commercially promising discoveries emerging from its member institutions, which include 16 of Toronto's ... Read more