Mayo Clinic, Leidos collaborate to create health tech accelerator

Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic and technology company Leidos are entering into a strategic collaboration to advance the research, development and market adoption of tools and technologies for patient care.

The organizations will create an accelerator on Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Fla. Together, they will identify, help develop and commercialize products, services and solutions aimed at improving care delivery and patient experience. They will use Leidos' systems integration solutions and applied public health applications.

"The clinical knowledge of the Mayo Clinic combined with our technical expertise has the potential to truly transform the quality of healthcare in the future," said Jon Scholl, Leidos Health's group president.

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