As Manhattan runs out of the right space and NYC real estate prices climb through the roof, entrepreneurs are looking north to Westchester as their tech, biotech, medtech, and healthtech firms expand. Now, with a 4,500 square-foot health tech incubator about to open at New York Medical College in Valhalla, and the expansion here of major healthcare providers like Montefiore Medical Center, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering, Westchester County has never been in a better position to welcome the exploding health tech, biotech, medtech and pharma sectors.
Whether counting calories, monitoring heart rates, or finding doctors, consumers are using mobile devices to take charge of their health in ways we never dreamed of just a few years ago. New technologies are also transforming clinical settings, with doctors and other healthcare professionals using mobile devices to track, manage, and deliver healthcare. Mobile health is definitely something you should know more about. The Westchester County Association will offer an up-close and in-depth look at the latest in mobile health news at its exciting, upcoming Health Tech ’14: Fueling Innovation in Westchester conference on May 8.
At the Westchester County Association’s upcoming conference, Health Tech ’14: Fueling Innovation in Westchester, you will have an unparalleled chance to hear nationally-renowned speakers, as well as leaders of Westchester’s fastest growing biotechnology, pharma, and R&D companies highlight exciting breakthroughs and opportunities. All will be revealed during the showcase panel discussion, “Re-imagining Healthcare: Fueling Innovation in Westchester and Beyond,” when speakers discuss the newest therapeutics, research, medical treatments, rehabilitation, and product development.
Mobile Health One, a digital health company recently accepted into the WCA BLUEPRINT Accelerator Network, has also been selected for the StartUp Health Academy, a global startup platform accelerating innovation in health and wellness designed to help scale early-stage digital health companies...
Westchester County’s real estate market is looking up, according to officials at the brokerage firm CBRE. According to Robert Caruso, CBRE senior managing director, Westchester has outperformed Fairfield County since the beginning of the year. “The market has turned the corner,” he said at a first quarter market overview press briefing attended by the Westchester County Association. “The outlook over the last six weeks has become increasingly bullish.”