How UPMC Turned Innovation Into an Enterprise
In a recent interview with HealthLeaders, Tal Heppenstall, executive vice president and treasuerer of UPMC and president of UPMC Enterprises, discusses what makes UPMC Enterprises unique and how we approach innovation in health care.
Meet the Executive in Residence: Eric Burd
Eric Burd hadn’t worked in health care prior to joining UPMC and committing to improve …
Vincent reaching national audience of payment professionals with webinars, conference speaker invitation
Webinar hosted by Vincent provides insights into navigating the mysteries of the research payment world.
UPMC venture capital arm adds strength to city
At UPMC Enterprises, we support Pittsburgh’s transformation into a tech hub by developing and investing in startup companies, drawing new talent and researchers to the city, and improving the quality of health care nationwide.
UPMC, Philips and American Heart Association create new venture capital fund: Cardeation Capital
This morning, UPMC announced its partnership with Philips and the American Heart Association to launch Cardeation Capital, a $30 million collaborative venture capital fund designed to spur health care innovation in heart disease and stroke care. With cardiovascular disease on the rise and costs heading to $1 trillion in the U.S., strategic investments are needed now, more-than ever.
Health system investors unfazed by 2017 lull in digital health deals
Health systems remain interested in investing in digital health startups, despite a slowdown in activity in 2017 from potential buyers.
Microsoft and UPMC unveil virtual AI assistant that listens in and takes notes on doctor’s visits
Geek Wire – They turn back and forth as a mother describes her child’s symptoms, trying …
Via Oncology Acquired by Elsevier
As announced Jan. 17, Elsevier, which publishes more than 2,500 digital journals, including Lancet and …
Pitt, UPMC Announce $200 Million Immunotherapy Investment
As part of the collaboration, UPMC has made a $200 million commitment to ITTC, and the University will transform a century-old building at 5000 Baum Boulevard into a world-class space for labs, offices, startup companies, and industry partners.
Health care could be just an app away: seeing technology as a disruptor of traditional systems
Post-Gazette – Three years ago, family doctor Stephen Ritz came up with a way to try …