The Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) announced it awarded $33 million to three healthcare IT innovators, including earmarking nearly $5.5 million to Change Healthcare, as part of an initiative to expand the country’s digital health ecosystem.
Change Healthcare will use the funds to increase its presence in Israel, creating new career opportunities while collaborating with other innovators in the Israeli digital health community, and the company’s Israeli development centers.
Israeli Government Dips into Digital Health With $33M Grant
Becker’s Health IT & CIO Report
Israel Offers GE, Change Healthcare, Medtronic $33M for Digital Health R&D
Becker’s Spine Review
Medtronic & 2 Other Companies Receive $33.1M Research Grant: 4 Things to Know
Healthcare Business Daily News
Israel Grants $33 Million to GE, Medtronic, Change Healthcare to Boost R&D
3 healthcare giants expand Israeli R&D