• Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center's Wake Forest Innovations

    Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center's Wake Forest Innovations is split between two centers: the Center for Innovation and Commercialization helps advance the development and commercialization of inventions, while the Center for Industry Research Collaboration accelerates access to clinical and research capabilities.
  • UPMC Enterprises

    Pittsburgh-based UPMC Enterprises focuses on two main areas: translational science and digital solutions. The center can work with individuals to bring an idea with a business plan into fruition, as well as with early-stage companies that have an angel round of financing, companies with venture funds seeking additional support and established companies that need growth capital or co-development partnerships.
  • UnityPoint Health Innovation Center

    West Des Moines, Iowa-based The UnityPoint Health Innovation Center aims to empower and encourage team members to share ideas and propose efficiencies, processes and technologies that support the health system's vision of providing a differentiated and personalized experience to patients.
  • Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation

    The Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation in Philadelphia comprises three distinct entities: the incubator-esque Acceleration Lab, the Nudge Unit for clinical reminders and its Center for Digital Health.
  • OSF HealthCare's OSF Innovation

    Whether through its co-founded Chicago-based incubator MATTER or partners like provider-led Avia, Peoria, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare's OSF Innovation focuses on incubating and engineering clinical ideas. The innovation program has its own OSF Ventures unit, which invests primarily in companies' Series A and B funding rounds.
  • NYU Langone Health Tech Hub

    New York City-based NYU Langone Health launched its NYU Langone Health Tech Hub in 2017 as a centralized resource for inventors within and outside the health system to share ideas. The Hub connects innovators with its digital health ecosystem and provides new technologies, data science and user-centered design to help them bring ideas to fruition.
  • Northwestern Medicine's Center for Primary Care Innovation

    The Center for Primary Care Innovation at Northwestern Medicine in Evanston, Ill., aims to develop ways to transform traditional primary care delivery. The center gives participants space to test innovative methods of improving care delivery and promoting innovative best practice adoption.
  • MedStar Institute for Innovation

    MedStar Institute for Innovation in Washington, D.C., was chartered in 2009 and is led by Mark S. Smith, MD. The institute has developed numerous capabilities for MedStar, such as the National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare, which optimizes care systems and processes to best complement human behavior.
  • Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation

    Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo's Center for Innovation combines design thinking principles with the scientific method to create patient-centered healthcare delivery solutions. Within the Center for Innovation is the Multidisciplinary Design Clinic, which brings providers and patients together to experiment with new care model prototypes.
  • Kaiser Permanente Garfield Innovation Center

    The Kaiser Permanente Garfield Innovation Center in San Leandro, Calif., was created in 2005 and is named for Sidney Garfield, MD, the founding physician of Kaiser Permanente. The center continues Dr. Garfield's vision of not only treating the ill, but helping patients maintain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Johns Hopkins Medicine's Sibley Innovation Hub

    Washington, D.C.-based Sibley Innovation Hub focuses on digital and non-digital solutions to solve operational challenges for healthcare organizations. The Hub is part of Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C.-based hospital that is a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
  • Innovation at Jefferson

    Philadelphia-based Jefferson supports several types of innovation, with its commercialization efforts resulting in more than 100 inventions started and 25 new ventures that have raised more than $200 million in investments. The health system also supports 3D-printing models for patient care, surgical planning and medical education.
  • Hospital for Special Surgery's Global Innovation Institute

    Built around the Life Sciences Innovation Center and the Care Delivery Innovation Center, New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery's Global Innovation Institute is centered on developing and delivering innovative therapies.
  • Geisinger's Steele Institute for Healthcare Innovation

    Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger's Steele Institute for Healthcare Innovation program has spurred a variety of projects, including the MyCode Community Health Initiative, Fresh Food Farmacy and Springboard Healthy Scranton.
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Center for Surgical Innovation

    A joint venture between Lebanon, N.H.-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Center for Surgical Innovation specializes in improving the surgical process.
  • Cleveland Clinic Innovations

    Founded in 2000, Cleveland Clinic Innovations works with its robust provider network to create patient-benefiting medical products and companies. CCI partners with several healthcare institutions through its Healthcare Innovations Alliance and holds an annual Medical Innovation Summit to share its findings with other innovation leaders.
  • The Innovation Studio at Children's Hospital Los Angeles

    The Innovation Studio at Children's Hospital Los Angeles convenes internal and external communities to design, incubate, accelerate and operationalize new processes and technologies that solve complex problems and transform care delivery models in pediatrics.
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital's Brigham Digital Innovation Hub

    Boston-based Brigham and Women's Hospital launched its innovation hub in 2013 to help the hospital's clinicians, scientists and employees advance their ideas for improving care. The Brigham Digital Innovation Hub, also called iHub, has a digital health consulting team of about five employees supporting new ideas and collaborations with organizations such as Microsoft, Redox and Boston-based Harvard Business School.
  • Boston Children's Hospital's Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator

    Boston Children's Hospital launched the Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator to broaden its digital health offerings and encompass remote care services, clinical decision support tools and interoperable technologies. The accelerator offers consulting, technology evaluation, EMR integration advising, project management, startup strategy and informatics related to population health and social media.
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's Technology Ventures Office

    Boston-based Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's Technology Ventures Office collaborates with biomedical companies, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs to commercialize faculty inventions for widespread utilization. In addition to evaluating, patenting, marketing and licensing faculty inventions, the office's business-oriented professionals forge industry alliances through collaboration and licensing agreements.

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