Innov8 For Health recognizes companies from Northern Kentucky, Louisville.
A blood test and an eye dropper. It may not seem revolutionary, but two Kentucky health innovators did just that with their creations and won a national contest for their inventions.
The 2013 Cincinnati-based Innov8 for Health winners were Robert Behan from Covington who invented and created the Bullseye Dropper, and Louisville BioScience. Louisville BioScience markets a proprietary blood test called Plasma Thermogram, which tells if cancer has returned.
“We believe that one great idea can change everything. Our award criterion was based upon those who reached the Triple AIM which is better health, better care and better costs,” said Sunnie Southern, founder and CEO of Innov8 for Health and Viable Synergy.
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