Case | HBS Case Collection | August 2009 (Revised June 2015)

MINTing Innovation at NewYork-Presbyterian (A)

by Richard G. Hamermesh and David Kiron

Abstract

Several top surgeons at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP) are receiving financial and administrative support to advance their surgical device inventions through the earliest stages of commercialization.

Keywords: health care; innovation & entrepreneurship; hospital; Entrepreneurship; Financing and Loans; Investment; Health Care and Treatment; Innovation and Invention; Intellectual Property; Commercialization; Health Industry; Medical Devices and Supplies Industry; New York (state, US);

Citation:

Hamermesh, Richard G., and David Kiron. "MINTing Innovation at NewYork-Presbyterian (A)." Harvard Business School Case 810-004, August 2009. (Revised June 2015.)