2 Massachusetts digital health labs earn $250k to fund innovation

The Massachusetts governor's administration awarded $250,000 to two digital health innovation labs, according to wwlp.com.

Springfield, Mass.-based Baystate Health's TechSpring Technology innovation center received $80,000 and Boston-based Pulse@MassChallenge digital health hub received $170,000 from Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, reports wwlp.com.

"Investments in these lab spaces will ensure Massachusetts can continue to be a leader in advancing technological innovation, economic growth for our residents and better healthcare opportunities for patients around the globe," Mr. Baker said in a news release, as reported by wwlp.com.

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