Posts Tagged ‘Biostart’

BioStart gets $400K boost from Ohio’s Third Frontier

Cincinnati life sciences incubator BioStart has received a $400,000 grant to continue its work.

The money comes from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission, a statewide, voter-approved technology-funding initiative. BioStart, which hosts 18 companies and helps another 13, is now trying to raise another $400,000 in matching funds.



02 2011

Technology Medical Partners Awarded Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Grant From Federal Government

Technology Medical Partners (TMP) has been awarded a Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery grant from the Federal government. The $113,000 grant was awarded as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, which was passed by Congress to provide an immediate $1 billion boost to U.S. biomedical research and the small businesses conducting the research. Only companies with less than 250 employees were eligible for the tax credits or grants. TMP’s Clinical Quality Manager (CQM) provides real-time quality of care information allowing real-time actions and improvements to patient outcomes for caregivers.

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11 2010

Holzer Medical Center Turns to Technology Medical Partners for Clinical Quality Management

Technology Medical Partners (TMP), a healthcare information technology solutions and services provider, announced that Holzer Medical Center, an Ohio-based hospital, has implemented TMP’s Clinical Quality Manager (CQM) solution to improve patient care and reporting of quality of care core measurements. The CQM platform will help Holzer focus on improving patient outcomes by automating quality data collection, analytics and reducing processing time for reports required by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS). Holzer serves the communities of southeastern Ohio, western West Virginia and northeastern Kentucky.

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08 2010

BIOSTART Client, OsteoDynamics, Featured in Business Courier

“What aging patients and their doctors really want to know about their bones isn’t thickness or mineral content, according to a new local company.

“Instead, they want to know how likely the patients’ bones are to break.

“OsteoDynamics Inc. is developing a product its founders say will give better predictions than current tests of who is at risk for fractures.”

Visit the Business Courier to read the article.


03 2010