- Cedars-Sinai and Techstars revealed the 11 companies in its first digital health accelerator class.
- Each of the participants will get $120,000 in funding and three months of mentorship and guidance from Cedars-Sinai doctors, nurses and senior leadership, as well as the Techstars network, Healthcare IT News reported.
- Announced last fall, the accelerator program aims to support startups developing cutting-edge solutions to improve care delivery.
Among the products and services being developed are a disposable low-cost video laryngoscope that provides a clear view of every airway and an online platform helps people use mindfulness to reduce and better manage their systems.
The 11 participating companies are:
- Applied VR;
- Stasis Labs;
- Deep6 Analytics;
- Inscope Medical;
- WELL Health;
- ZendyHealth; and
“All of the companies participating in the accelerator are pushing the envelop to transform the healthcare delivery system,” Darren Dworkin, chief information officer at Cedars-Sinai, said in a statement.