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Data That Heals: Orlando's Innovators Push Into Healthcare's Frontiers with High-Tech Advances

Posted by Michael Keller on May 2, 2019 9:00:00 AM

When Dr. Vanaja Ragavan began building a mobile device to quickly diagnose infectious diseases and other acute illnesses using sound waves, she didn’t expect to move to a different city.

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Topics: Medical Technology, Wellness Cloud, Entrepreneurship

How Orlando Became a Test-Market for Surgical Robotics

Posted by Justin Braun on Feb 27, 2019 3:40:54 PM

For the last 15 years, Orlando has been the location surgical robotics companies choose when introducing new technology to the U.S. market, and for good reason. With approximately 610 surgeons at 59 hospitals, the seven-county Orlando region presents a huge market opportunity. That’s not to mention the presence of a dedicated space for surgical robotics training.

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Topics: Medical Technology, Orange County, Osceola County, Higher Education

Fantasy Meets Reality: Iron Man Robotics Come to Life in Orlando

Posted by Amanda Roche on Sep 11, 2018 3:43:09 PM

Imagine the look on a child’s face when the impossible happens.

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Topics: Innovative Technologies, Medical Technology, Visionary

SMRxT Relocates Corporate Headquarters to Orlando

Posted by Laureen Martinez on Dec 29, 2015 11:49:22 AM

SMRxT, a medical information technology and services company, chose to relocate its corporate headquarters from New York to Orlando. The relocation will create 55 new jobs and make a $582,000 capital investment to the region.

SMRxT specializes in prescription medication adherence with real-time information and smart sensor technology and has developed a solution that precisely records, monitors and quantifies the time and dose of patient has taken their medication, which allows healthcare providers and doctors to more closely monitor prescription medication intake and ensure the best method of treatment for patients. 

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Topics: New to Market, Medical Technology, City of Orlando

Infinity Medical Engineering Announces Kissimmee Location

Posted by Laureen Martinez on Oct 17, 2015 6:47:51 AM

Infinity medical engineering expands in OrlandoInfinity Medical Engineering, a research, development and manufacturing company, will create 20 new jobs over the next three years and invest $1 million in the region when it opens its facility in the City of KissimmeeThe company will house a 10,000 square foot medical clean room as it develops devices that focus on curing and preventing hospital acquired infections, as well as improving current technologies and medical diagnostic equipment.

“The area of medical research and development is crucial to an innovation focused economy that propels advancements in life sciences and health care,” said Rick Weddle, Orlando EDC president and CEO. “The work of Infinity Medical Engineering helps solidify our reputation as a community on the forefront of patient care.”

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Topics: Medical Technology, Expansion, Osceola County

IRadimed's Growth Highlighted During Employment Announcement

Posted by Laureen Martinez on May 27, 2015 1:13:00 PM

Winter Springs-based company IRadimed Corporation hosted a visit and tour by Governor Rick Scott in May highlighting the company's growth, success and unique product. The world's only provider of non-magnetic intravenous (IV) infusion pump sytems, IRadimed created 46 jobs since opening its headquarters and manufacturing facility in the Orlando region. 

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Topics: Medical Technology, Seminole County, Projects and Jobs

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