The Cedars-Sinai Accelerator has selected eight health technology startups to participate in its seventh class.
As part of the accelerator, the companies’ leaders will get the opportunity to work closely with doctors, researchers and administrators to understand how their products fit into the healthcare landscape. This year, the startups’ offerings range from providing accessible fitness for aging patients to skeletal reconstruction.
All the startups accepted into the program receive a $100,000 investment from Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai. At the end of the three-month program, company leaders will share their progress with an audience of investors, mentors, potential customers and members of the news media.
The Cedars-Sinai Accelerator, which was launched in 2015, aims to advance the growth and development of solutions and companies that are focused on improving healthcare.
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