Ottawa startup says its AI-generated information is just as useful as real data when it comes to analyzing the results of clinical studies but doesn’t come with any of the privacy concerns.
The Telfer School of Management’s two-year Executive Master of Health Administration program will begin in January, featuring six semesters of mostly online course material.
Two-year-old startup says its machine-learning platform makes conducting clinical trials cheaper and easier by replicating real-world results.
Frank Fiorenza's product, called the Flusso, makes it safer for people on ventilators to be transported and switched to other devices.
Health-tech startup is aiming to make it easier for health units across the country to track how many Canadians get the COVID-19 jab and ensure they receive the required dosage of the vaccine.
Cutting-edge leadership and management are essential to improve the quality of our healthcare system while keeping costs under control
Invest Ottawa’s newest accelerator program will give a booster shot to entrepreneurs looking to make an impact on the healthcare sector
A startup incubated at the Ottawa Hospital is taking its first steps in the real world, hoping to make a big impact on an international medical crisis
On May 31, when the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital touches down in Ottawa for a three-day visit, it will be an opportunity for government leaders and other stakeholders to learn more about this unique p
An innovation in hearing tests born out of an Ottawa hospital is taking its mission worldwide following a recent acquisition by a billion-dollar company.