New institute aims to foster health IT innovation in Missouri

09/30/2009 | American City Business Journals

The University of Missouri and health IT vendor Cerner are teaming up to form the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation. Under the terms of the contract, which is yet to be finalized, Cerner will provide the university $2 million annually for 10 years to fund research and development with the goal of making improvements in health IT that could be shared with health care providers.

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