A broad consortium of organizations, including the University of Western Australia, Curtin University and Murdoch University, have partnered to help develop the WA’s first digital health-specific program. The program will launch in Western Australia after being awarded an X-TEND WA grant from the state government. The pilot of the Digital Health Accelerator will leverage existing programs and locally based expertise, as well as deliver programs currently operating outside WA. The partnership, which aims to support education programs in digital health commercialization, also includes the Linear Clinical Research, Perron Institute, Lions Eye Institute, Ear Science Institute Australia and Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. The accelerator will include two training programs from digital health commercialisation specialist ANDHealth – Bright Ideate and Bright Innovate – as well as US-based Stanford University’s Biodesign innovation process, which will run as a partnership between Perth Biodesign and digital health technology company Curve Tomorrow. Other […]