Mobility Management | Innovation Lab Wins Grant for Move-D Brace

A California-based startup has won a $30,000 grant to help bring its Move-D mechanical elbow brace to market. In a Nov. 1 news announcement, Innovation Lab said it designed the Move-D brace to help Dylan, a child with ataxic cerebral palsy. On its Web site, Innovation Lab said Dylan “feels as though he cannot perform…

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Medical Product Outsourcing Magazine | Innovation Lab Wins $30,000 Grant

Funding will help bring its Move-D mechanical elbow brace to market. Charles Sternberg, Associate Editor An Orange County-based startup, Innovation Lab, was awarded $30,000 in grant funding to help bring their “Move-D” mechanical elbow brace to market to help improve Activities of Daily Living (ADL) for pediatric ataxic cerebral palsy patients. The grant was awarded…

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Hearing Review | Innovation Lab Awarded Grant for ‘Move-D’ Elbow Brace

An Orange County-based startup, Innovation Lab, announced that it was awarded $30,000 in grant funding to help bring its “Move-D” mechanical elbow brace to market to help improve Activities of Daily Living (ADL) for pediatric ataxic cerebral palsy patients. The grant was awarded during the “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition held during the 10th Annual…

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Rehab Management | Innovation Lab Awarded $30K to Help Improve Activities of Daily Living for Pediatric Ataxic Cerebral Palsy Patients

An Orange County-based startup, Innovation Lab, was awarded $30,000 in grant funding to help bring their “Move-D” mechanical elbow brace to market to help improve Activities of Daily Living (ADL) for pediatric ataxic cerebral palsy patients. The grant was awarded during the “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition held during the 10th Annual Pediatric Device…

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Innovation Lab Awarded $30,000 to Help Improve Activities of Daily Living for Pediatric Ataxic Cerebral Palsy Patients

Grant Awarded at National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation and Funded by Food and Drug Administration La Palma, Calif. – An Orange County-based startup, Innovation Lab, was awarded $30,000 in grant funding to help bring their “Move-D” mechanical elbow brace to market to help improve Activities of Daily Living (ADL) for pediatric ataxic cerebral…

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Innovation District | Five Winners Selected in Prestigious Pediatric Device Competition

The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) announced five awardees chosen in its prestigious “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition. Each received a share of $150,000 in grant funding from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), with awards ranging from $20,000 to $50,000 to support the advancement of pediatric medical devices.…

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Innovation District | Five Winners Selected in Prestigious Pediatric Device Competition

The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) announced five awardees chosen in its prestigious “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition. Each received a share of $150,000 in grant funding from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), with awards ranging from $20,000 to $50,000 to support the advancement of pediatric medical devices.…

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24×7 Magazine | American Medical Imaging Names New President & CEO

American Medical Imaging (AMI) named Jim Spearman as the organization’s new president and CEO, following the recent retirement of Steve Cannon who recently held the positions. “Upon the announcement of Steve Cannon’s retirement as President & CEO of AMI, we engaged in a careful search for the right successor, a leader with the vision and experience…

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TechNation Magazine | MultiMedical Systems Earns ISO Certification

The MultiMedical Systems LLC (MMS) quality management system has earned ISO 13485:2016 certification from Orion. The three-year certification verifies that MMS – which provides medical device sales, service and repair – developed and implemented a quality management system that conforms to the international requirements for medical devices. The independent International Organization for Standardization, based in…

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MultiMedical Systems Earns International Quality Certification for Medical Devices

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA – The MultiMedical Systems, LLC (MMS) Quality Management System has earned ISO 13485:2016 certification from Orion. The three-year certification verifies that MMS, which provides medical device sales, service, and repair, developed, and implemented a quality management system that conforms to the international requirements for medical devices. The independent International Organization for Standardization, based…

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DOTmed Healthcare Business News | Jim Spearman

American Medical Imaging appoints president & CEO La Palma, CA – Upon the announcement of Steve Cannon’s retirement as President & CEO of AMI, we engaged in a careful search for the right successor, a leader with the vision and experience to guide our organization to new successes, both regionally and nationally. It is with…

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24×7 Magazine | MultiMedical Systems Nabs ISO 13485:2016 Certification

The MultiMedical Systems (MMS) Quality Management System has earned ISO 13485:2016 certification from Orion. The three-year certification verifies that MMS, which provides medical device sales, service, and repair, developed and implemented a quality management system that conforms to the international requirements for medical devices. The independent International Organization for Standardization, based in Geneva, Switzerland and founded in 1947, develops…

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American Medical Imaging Taps Jim Spearman as President & CEO

La Palma, CA – Upon the announcement of Steve Cannon’s retirement as President & CEO of AMI, we engaged in a careful search for the right successor, a leader with the vision and experience to guide our organization to new successes, both regionally and nationally. It is with great pleasure that we announce that Jim…

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Accelerate In-House Innovation with a Subscription Partnership

By Ryan Kelly At this very moment, someone on your frontline staff is pondering a really good idea for improving some aspect of healthcare. It could be a medical device. It could be a digital tool. What will happen to that idea? Usually, the answer is nothing. Or the innovator will give it away to…

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Innovation Lab’s Best Advice for Healthcare Innovators

“There’s got to be a better way.”    This common phrase “is like a homing beacon,” says Innovation Lab General Manager Ryan Kelly, that indicates a pressing, unmet need and a new product opportunity. Healthcare professionals find themselves thinking it all the time, so they become experts in developing creative workarounds.   Here’s one example. The standard…

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What Has the Pandemic Revealed About the Health Care Delivery System?

Published Originally On: CHAUSA By: Joe Randolph President and CEO, Innovation Institute Over the past two years, the pandemic has exposed significant gaps and weaknesses within the U.S. health care delivery system. Although the speed of the development, approvals and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. strongly make the case that our health care…

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Startups Demonstrate Power of AI and Machine Learning to Reshape Healthcare

By Suzy Engwall In healthcare, some problems are so enormous and complex that a solution has long seemed impossible. Artificial intelligence and machine learning promise new insights into these multifactorial challenges, as we learned at our recent Startup Demo Day: AI and Machine Learning. Not only that, but artificial intelligence in healthcare is enabling humans…

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Meet Avera’s Physical Therapy Leader Turned Prolific Inventor

Nicolle Samuels is a problem-solver. And because her background is in physical therapy, that has meant solving problems for patients. “I feel like I’m naturally able to take a look at what’s going on and solve a problem, either for an individual patient or for something bigger that affects patients organizationwide,” said Samuels, who oversees…

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Behavioral Health Stakeholders Fuel Design Thinking Process

By Melissa Goodwin Transferring patients suffering behavioral health crises from Emergency Departments (EDs) in hospitals from coast to coast into proper care is a largely manual process involving many stakeholders. But as the Innovation Lab and Bon Secours Mercy Health (BSMH) seek to prevent potential complications and delays in this widespread process, it isn’t just about…

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MedCity News | Provider-Owned Innovation Lab Partners with Olive to Build Automation Tools

Innovation Lab, an incubator owned by six nonprofit health systems, is joining forces with Olive to co-develop technology that will automate operational and clinical workflows. The companies will leverage Olive’s AI platform, as well as Innovation Lab’s frontline access to its health system owners. By ANUJA VAIDYA  Newport Beach, California-based Innovation Lab, the incubator collaboratively owned…

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Modern Healthcare | Innovation Institute Looks to Jumpstart Automation, Robotic Processes

JESSICA KIM COHEN  MODERN HEALTHCARE  The Innovation Institute, a for-profit company owned by six not-for-profit health systems, has entered into a co-development agreement with robotic process automation company Olive. The partnership, announced Tuesday, is run through the Innovation Institute’s healthcare incubator subsidiary, called the Innovation Lab. The Innovation Lab will work with Olive to co-develop and commercialize…

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Innovation Lab Announces Partnership with Olive to Maximize Automation Capabilities for Health Care

Newport Beach, Calif. – Innovation Lab, Innovation Institute’s nationwide healthcare incubator, announced today a strategic alliance with Olive, the automation company creating the Internet of Healthcare, to bring new products to market and drive value for their clients. “We see potential for an unlimited pipeline of co-developed solutions developed on Olive’s robust platform to address…

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Novel Study Guide Preps Surgical Residents for Oral Board Demands

The oral exam to become a board-certified surgeon is unnerving: a trio of 30-minute cases with questions fired from a panel of surgical experts. Avera transplant surgeon and intensivist Dr. Sujit Vijay Sakpal reimagined how to prepare specifically for this experience, which requires different skills than those in an operating room. Learn how his hot-off-the-presses study guide, complete with hand-drawn illustrations, is arming future test-takers with those unique skills.

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CHAUSA Award Recipients for 2020-2021

During the Catholic Health Association of the United States Assembly on June 14 and 15, 2021, the following five awards that recognize remarkable contributions to Catholic health care were presented during a virtual Assembly. Congratulations to the health system members of our Innovation Institute collaborative who were recognized! CHAUSA Award Recipients 2020-2021

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