The Israel Innovation Authority (IIA) is partnering with the Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network (AHN) to support Israeli healthcare startups in the United States.
The Israel Innovation Authority, a Jerusalem-based branch of the government dedicated to supporting high-tech and industrial R&D, will work with AHN on developing research, technologies and business strategies to bring some of Israel’s health technology startups to Pennsylvania.
Israeli companies will be able to apply to the program, with the IIA and the AHN jointly selecting the participants. The successful candidates will receive 50% funding from the Israel Innovation Authority for conducting joint research and development projects or pilots together with AHN.
The AHN is a healthcare organization based in Pittsburgh that serves hospitals, surgeries and clinics, a research institute and home health services in the Western Pennsylvania area.
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