Children's Hospital Colorado launches Center for Innovation

Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora has opened its Center for Innovation, a space for innovators to collaborate and develop technologies to improve pediatric health.

The innovation center is open to anyone at Children's Hospital Colorado who has an idea to improve healthcare, including faculty, staff and administrators.

"The Center for Innovation represents the realization of our strategic plan to embrace innovation and support our 10,000 innovators at Children's Colorado as we uncover powerful, life-changing ideas in the pursuit of health and well-being for children," said Gil Peri, senior vice president and chief strategy officer of Children's Colorado.

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