MedCity News July 8, 2021
Anuja Vaidya

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.

Newport Beach, California-based Innovation Lab, the incubator collaboratively owned by six nonprofit health systems, has partnered with health technology company Olive to co-develop automation solutions for providers.

Part of the Innovation Institute, the lab works with its health system owners to identify unmet needs, create medical products around those and bring them to market, said Ryan Kelly, Innovation Lab’s general manager, in a phone interview. The institute is a for-profit entity owned by:

  • Bon Secours...

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