Cedars-Sinai adds 11 health IT startups to latest class

Jackie Drees - Print  | 

Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's startup accelerator announced July 1 the names of the 11 health technology companies joining its fifth class.

The Cedars-Sinai Accelerator aims to help support health IT startups focused on improving various healthcare challenges. Cedars-Sinai will provide $100,000 in funding for each of the 11 companies, which will spend three months in Los Angeles collaborating with hospital mentors, including physicians, researchers and administrators.

The 11 companies comprising this year's Cedars-Sinai Accelerator class are:

· AMPAworks
· ClinicianNexus
· Feedtrail
· FocusMotion Health
· Hawthorne Effect
· Health Note
· Lantum
· Notisphere
· OMNY
· Parker Isaac Instruments
· Virti

To learn more about the 11 startups, click here.

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