Baxter and MATTER form partnership and bring patient-driven innovation
A new collaboration between Baxter International Inc. and MATTER are taking on the healthcare industry by storm. Baxter International Inc., a globally known medical products company, and MATTER, a healthcare incubator and innovation community have partnered up to bring patient-driven innovation and improve the value and quality of healthcare.
The developing project is set to make a significant difference in healthcare. These changes can be possible with innovative ideas, products, and technology from the help of Baxter’s strategy and development teams and MATTERS’s team of entrepreneurs and savvy innovators.
The collaboration will provide knowledge, know-how, and innovation to both parties. MATTER will receive the resources and necessary expertise needed to help accelerate their current developments while also collaboratively developing new technologies to help close the gap of their unmet clinical needs. Baxter, in return will gain access to extensive areas of MATTER. Baxter will have access to MATTER’s extensive program suite, technologies under development, an in to their entrepreneurial network; All of which will serve to pursue key business objectives.
This partnership has made it possible for Baxter’s recently collaborations with Mayo Clinic, Tel Aviv University and Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center.
“MATTER is thrilled to partner with Baxter to create collaborations with entrepreneurs that will help develop next-generation products and solutions to improve health and lives.” said Steven Collens, MATTER CEO. “Baxter is one of the world’s great healthcare companies, with products in hospitals around the globe,”
“Our work with MATTER will help Baxter provide meaningful support for healthcare innovation in Chicago,” said David Roman, vice president of strategy for Baxter’s global businesses. “Our partnership with MATTER extends Baxter’s efforts to access new sources of innovation. Importantly, we can help advance new ideas that have the potential to greatly improve healthcare here and around the world.”