Health-tech industry integrator Catalyst HTI
has added three healthcare entities to its development in Denver’s River North District.
, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
and the American Diabetes Association
will join a community that includes Medical Group Management Association
, Prime Health
. The development still has 65,000 square feet of available space for lease.
Catalyst HTI dubs itself an industry integrator for bringing together a full spectrum of stakeholders in health-tech. the goal is to build a community where collaboration accelerates innovation within the healthcare industry. Startups will have access to potential clients and investors in established companies, while larger corporations can surround themselves with emerging technologies in an environment filled with entrepreneurs and growth companies.
"Over the past two years, Colorado has been ranked one of the top digital health clusters in the nation," says Don Elliman, chancellor of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. "We believe that by connecting our nationally recognized academic research institution and hospital system with the health-tech startup and innovation community, we will be able to further solidify our position as a leaders in answering the call to reimagine healthcare for our nation."
The project, slated to open early next year, is being jointly developed by Koelbel and Company
, health-tech entrepreneur Mike Biselli and landowners the Burgess family.
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