PracticePoint, with $17 million in initial funding, will focus on creating smart and secure medical devices that can interact with the physical world and improve patient-centric care.
“Technology is changing medicine, and PracticePoint is designed to help ensure our Commonwealth stays on the cutting edge of this important field to advance economic prosperity, but, more important, to advance health in our communities,” said WPI president Laurie Leshin, in a press release. “When we bring together creative engineers, scientists, clinicians, companies and entrepreneurs to work together in a novel setting like PracticePoint, I believe the results will be extraordinary.”
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