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800,000 people in the metro area – known for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and as the birthplace of aviation – Dayton has significant healthcare assets. Big players include CareSource and the Air Force Research Lab. Innovators include Quartet RX / P&C Pharma and Ischemia Care. Primary health systems are Kettering, Dayton Children’s and Premier. Wright


2.1 million people in the metro area – known for The Ohio State University and as the capital of Ohio – Columbus has emerged as a tech innovation hub for healthcare. The big player is Cardinal Health. Innovators include AndHealth, Beam Benefits, Olive and Quantum Health. Primary health systems are Ohio Health, Nationwide Children’s, Mt.


2.1 million people in the metro area – known as the Circle City and for the Indianapolis 500 – Indianapolis has a thriving life sciences sector that is bolstered by major life science companies in Bloomington to the south and both West Lafayette and Warsaw to the north. Big Players include Elevance (fka Anthem) and


2.2 million people in the metro area – known as the Queen City and home to the Reds and the Bengals – Cincinnati enjoys a mix of health services and clinical research firms. Big players include an Ethicon Endo-Surgery facility and Medpace. Innovators include PatientPoint, Health Carousel, IncludeHealth and CTI Clinical Trials. Primary health systems

Lifepoint Health’s startup incubator, 25m Health, launches six companies

BRENTWOOD, Tenn.–25m Health announced that it launched six companies and invested in five more in its first year of operation. The Nashville-based healthtech incubator was formed in November 2021 by a joint venture between Lifepoint Health®, 25madison and Apollo Global Management (NYSE: APO). Its growing portfolio of innovative startups all target solutions aimed at improving access to high quality