Bruyère joins the CAN Health Network
The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion, today announced that the Government of Canada will support a $20-million project proposal to scale up companies in health and biosciences. This will be done through an initial $7-million investment to support the establishment of the CAN Health Network with its first network partners.
Bruyère is thrilled to share that we are among the first partners in the CAN Health Network.
The CAN Health Network is an integrated market that will allow promising companies to work directly with health care organizations to understand their needs and commercialize health technologies to meet those needs and scale up their companies. Through this integrated market, small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and leading start-ups will be able to work with early adopter institutions to collaboratively research, develop and refine Canadian medical technologies to make them market-ready.
In the news
Government helping create network to address procurement barrier in Canadian healthtech (BetaKit)
Un réseau pour favoriser le développement d'entreprises de technologies de santé (Radio-Canada)
Ottawa to set up hospital network to become early adopters of Canadian medical technology (The Globe and Mail)
Ottawa gives SHA $3.5M to lead creation of western health network (Regina Leader-Post)
Federal government commits $20 million to help scale up health innovations (Times Colonist)
Ottawa to invest $20 million for hospital network to buy Canadian-made medtech (The Logic)
SHA awarded $3.5 million (Yorkton This Week)
Ottawa gives SHA $3.5M to lead creation of western health network (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
Canada to invest $7 million in first ever CAN Health Network (Daily Hive)
Government of Canada invests $20M to scale up health tech innovation (IT Business)