Thought Leadership Revolutionizes Health Care
What do you get when you cross leading health care institutions with world-class thought leaders? You get an unparalleled hub of health care innovation that is responsible for life-changing discoveries.
Ohio is home to the world's best adult and pediatric care providers. Health care systems like Cleveland Clinic and Cincinnati Children's Hospital give corporate leaders and entrepreneurs access to world-renowned thought leaders and research facilities to expedite the commercialization of innovative ideas.
Together, these resources fuel innovation that ensures Ohio's health care industry is at the forefront of advancing the practice of medicine efficiently and cost-effectively, and ultimately improving the quality of care for people worldwide.
In Ohio, you can:
- Grow your business in a state that is recognized as one of the world’s top spots for bio-related patents, that made the first FDA-approved, 3-D printed pharmaceutical, and that helps thought leaders spin off new companies.
- Leverage a collaborative network of research institutions, corporate leaders, funding sources and health care providers, making it easier for companies to develop and commercialize life-changing innovations.
- Hire quality talent from some of the best teaching hospitals and universities in the U.S. They’re continually adding outstanding talent to Ohio’s growing health care industry, which has outpaced national biohealth employment levels for the last five years.
Some of the world’s best health care organizations call Ohio home because Ohio is a destination for the world’s most respected health care brands and trusted leaders – like you.
BioEnterprise's Midwest Healthcare Growth Capital Report 2017 shows Ohio with high biomedical investment numbers. Large investments and numerous new deals reinforce that Ohio is an authority in health care.
Cleveland Clinic, Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus are spinning off new, innovative companies that are coming up with groundbreaking breakthroughs around the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health problems. These new health care companies are a testament to the research and collaborative environment in Ohio that support innovation.
In 1989, community leaders in Dayton asked Pamela Morris to pioneer a new managed care model. That model has since grown into a nonprofit company called CareSource, one of the fastest growing and largest Medicaid managed care companies in the country and a key driver of downtown Dayton’s continued revitalization. When CareSource needed more space to accommodate its growth, company officials chose to expand their headquarters in Dayton.
Ohio is a great location for opportunities in health tech, the intersection of health care and information technology. Ohio's thriving biohealth industry made up of industry-leaders and startups provides a rich base for growth.
3D-printing has been around since the 80s, but within the last decade it has gained steam in several industries including biohealth. Today, Ohio and its world-renowned biohealth industry are utilizing 3D-printing to improve health care.
NuVasive responds to rapid growth with new facility and 150 jobs. In this new, cutting-edge 180,000-square-foot facility, the company will produce all of its medical implants and other devices for global distribution.