The central government is encouraging public hospitals to establish incubation centers to connect startups and entrepreneurs with doctors to integrate technology with public health, Mint reported 

Students from the Indian institutes of Technology (IITs) have been invited to connect with hospitals under the scheme. So far, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi has provided the platform, and a new incubation center is being developed at the Government Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS) in Greater Noida, the report said.

GIMS already has a dedicated center for medical innovation (CMI) supporting the growth of med-tech startups in various stages of development. CMI-GIMS, with support from the Uttar Pradesh government, will offer budding entrepreneurs the ecosystem needed to develop health sector startups, the report added. 

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