Healthcare remains one of Connecticut’s leading industries, and that extends to a growing number of health-related startups blossoming all over the Nutmeg State. But navigating the healthcare field is difficult for startup founders, which is where the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center hopes to help.
We spoke with Scott Orsey, Director of Operations and Strategy at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center about the hospital’s efforts to reach out to startups and innovators working to improve healthcare.
This includes the nationally recognized Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health that “..cultivates a variety of programs that address a wide range of issues impacting children including developmental delays, special needs, domestic violence, teen driving safety, teen suicide prevention, home hazards, asthma and sexually transmitted diseases.”
Join us as we look at Connecticut’s startup ecosystem from the other side of the playing field.