September 20, 2017
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has launched the third class of its accelerator, which the hospital runs in partnership with TechStars.
Startups in the Cedars-Sinai Tech Stars accelerator receive a $20,000 investment and a $100,000 convertible bridge grant in exchange for a 6 percent equity stake. But the main draw is the opportunity to work with the health system, through guaranteed...
January 26, 2017
After an inaugural class that has led to several full-scale rollouts at the hospital, Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles announced its second accelerator class today. The medical center works with Tech Stars to incubate its chosen startups.
“We will help companies accomplish in three months what will otherwise take them two years,” Darren Dworkin, chief information officer at Cedars-Sinai, said in a...
August 16, 2016
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles is rolling out two new technologies incubated in its recently-launched accelerator program. Cedars Sinai VP of Legal and Technology Affairs Jim Laur told MobiHealthNews that all 11 companies in the first class are partnering with the healthcare system going forward, but the latest two to have all the contracts signed and to be ready to be announced are...
April 4, 2016
Cedars-Sinai and Techstars announced the 11 companies that will join its first digital health accelerator class.
The two organizations first announced their plan to launch a digital health accelerator in Los Angeles last year, in October. The accelerator program aims to work with companies that are developing hardware or software offerings that help patients manage and improve their health or...
October 21, 2015
Cedars-Sinai has announced that it is partnering with Techstars to launch a digital health-focused accelerator in Los Angeles. The accelerator program aims to work with companies that are developing hardware or software offerings that help patients manage and improve their health or help healthcare professionals improve care delivery.
“Cedars-Sinai’s longstanding focus on innovation, quality, and...
December 18, 2014
Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator alum Yosko
Sprint has partnered with the University of Kansas Medical Center for the company's second Mobile Health Accelerator, a three-month program in Kansas City powered by TechStars.
The 2015 Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator will run from March 9 through June 4.
“We are pleased to work with Techstars to provide early-stage input and guidance related to our...
December 11, 2014
Startup accelerator Techstars has launched a post-accelerator program, called Techstars++ that provides exposure for entrepreneurs who have completed the Techstars accelerator. Techstars' launch partner is Mayo Clinic.
Post-accelerator startups can use the Techstars++ network to spend time learning from and engaging with a corporate partner.
"For example, after completing Techstars, healthcare-...
June 24, 2014
Samsung Galaxy S5
This Friday, Samsung is launching a new version of its latest smartphone, called the Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport. The new phone was developed in partnership with Sprint and MapMyFitness, which was acquired by Under Armour for $150 million last year.
Samsung added a textured shell to the Galaxy S5 Sport so that users might benefit from the added grip. The phone will also be dust...
June 11, 2014
Yosko, a hospital software startup that is now a veteran of three digital health accelerators, is gearing up to launch pilots with as many as five hospitals this year. The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company just graduated from the Sprint-TechStars accelerator and is developing its software for two platforms -- the iPad and Google Glass.
The startup is led by wife-and-husband team CEO Dr....
December 5, 2013
Respii, from QoL Devices
A new tech accelerator, focused exclusively on wirelessly connected devices, announced its first class -- and three health-related companies are among the ranks. The RGA Accelerator, a collaboration of TechStars and digital consulting firm R/GA, launched in September with a special focus on "startups that are creating physical products and connected applications."