Thursday
May 4
2017

Sisu Global Health wins $25,000 at GE-backed competition

Sisu Global Health got more recognition for its device that recycles blood for use during surgery, winning the First Mile Innovation Challenge.

The competition, which was run by the Consortium of Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech), GE Sustainable Healthcare Solutions and MGH Global Health, sought applications from around the world that address health hardships in low and middle income countries. About 80 companies from 16 countries applied, according to an announcement.

Source: Technical.ly Baltimore (link opens in a new window)

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Entrepreneurship, Health Care, Technology
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global health, health care, healthcare technology, impact investing