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JLabs accepts local medtech firm

November 4, 2019 - Oracle Health, a local medtech company developing a tiny insertable cardiac monitor to prevent heart failure hospitalization, was accepted into JLabs-Houston. The program, part of Johnson & Johnson Innovation, is one of the most competitive and exclusive incubators in the world, said Jaeson Bang, founder of Oracle Health. The incubator only accepts one or two companies on a rolling basis. Bang expects to start sometime in December. In general, the duration is two to four years depending on the success of the individual companies, he said.

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