Utah is a Healthcare Innovation Hub to Watch
I met the team at Cambia Grove, based in Seattle, Washington. Their work is the culmination of a project that started a year ago in collaboration with EDCUtah, which drives economic growth in our state, and Clark Cahoon, of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. The Utah innovation landscape has been strong for a long time before the start of the project. For me one of the surprises from the report was that there is a lower rate of children living in poverty. When I’ve done work in census analysis Utah is a fairly young state. Some children that qualify for aid don’t get it. The strong cultural push to be financially responsible and availability of outside support create a unique cultural atmosphere that lends itself to thriftiness and entrepreneurial businesses.
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