Getting a product to market is an arduous task. That's why Innovations helps turn ideas into products and devices that benefit patients locally and worldwide.
A network of in-home providers and a sophisticated telehealth platform is changing access to hospital-level care for adults in NW Ohio and SE Michigan.
The Ekso GT uses real-time adjustments to give patients like Peggy the exact amount of help they need when learning how to walk again.
Using video technology, doctors at Toledo Hospital are seeing patients as far as Fremont. Watch how it works.
Chrys Peterson talks with Dr. Tamirisa to learn more about devices that speed up or shock the heart. One is as tiny as a Tylenol tablet.
A vein condition caused Rochelle to have swelling and pain in her legs for decades. Thanks to a relatively new procedure with Dr. Fish, she's pain free.
It's not the same as holding your baby in your arms, but the Babytime Tablet is helping women bond with their babies, even when they are separated.
An implanted device sends heart readings to the Heart Failure Clinic from miles away. Watch the video to see how it works in one patient's home.
ProMedica Innovations creates invention prototypes to-scale for local medical devices.
Telehealth technology allowed Erin to be more mobile and recover at home after surgery while being carefully monitored by experts more than 60 miles away.
Dr. O'Donnell uses a newer form of surgery that typically offers faster recovery for patients with cataracts.
76-year-old Bonnie is a candidate for a small device that will allow her to go off blood thinners.