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HLTH and Cedars-Sinai Accelerator announce startup pitch competition!

HLTH and Cedars-Sinai Accelerator announce startup pitch competition!

“We understand the importance of helping startups develop technology that empowers the patient or healthcare professional to better track, manage and improve health and healthcare delivery,” said Darren Dworkin, Chief Information Officer of Cedars-Sinai Accelerator powered by Techstars. “We bring the expertise of leaders who are on the front lines of care every day and can provide thorough perspective to technology companies who are making real changes in the space. Through our partnership with HLTH, we bring this collaboration to life in the Startup Pitch competition.”

Five Ways Mentorship Adds Value to Your Startup

Five Ways Mentorship Adds Value to Your Startup

At the heart of our accelerator program and our companies’ success are the mentors and the executive sponsors guiding our company co-founders as they participate in the intensive three-month bootcamp.  Time and time again, when we ask our alumni about their favorite part of the program, they point to the mentors who challenge and inspire them to be the best they can be.

Learn about five different ways mentorship can add value to your startup, as told by our alumni founders:

Top Five Moments From HIMSS 2018

Top Five Moments From HIMSS 2018

"The highlight of HIMSS18 was seeing our Cedars-Sinai Accelerator alumni onstage in the Innovation Live Zone, alongside Darren Dworkin, CIO of Cedars-Sinai, and Dr.  Rick Riggs, CMIO of Cedars-Sinai. Darren and Rick spoke with Deep6 AI, Invio Inc., and Cancer Aid, all alumni of our program, about how to successfully navigate the healthcare ecosystem. The session was honest, inspiring, and completely full."

WSJ Highlight: Hospitals Fund Potential Game-Changers in Health Tech

WSJ Highlight: Hospitals Fund Potential Game-Changers in Health Tech

While hospitals share inventors’ dreams of striking gold, they have kept their expectations in check. “We certainly wouldn’t mind if we stumbled on the next Bill Gates or Steve Jobs, ” Mr. Dworkin says. “But there is a lot in between—companies that will make incremental improvements.”