Our friends at Cedars-Sinai Accelerator just graduated their fourth class for the three-month accelerator program focused on digital health. The program focuses on companies transforming healthcare by improving patient outcomes, reducing costs, and improving healthcare delivery. This is the first cohort under the stewardship of Anne Wellington, who was named Managing Director of the program in May. “As we finish our fourth class, it’s exciting to see that we’ve cultivated a genuine community of digital health innovation through this program at Cedars-Sinai. We continue to work with some of the best teams in digital health, and many of the founders who have graduated previously are able to provide mentorship. This class contains many talented entrepreneurs who benefit our community, not only through their cutting-edge products and solutions, but also through their innovative mindset and passion for improving healthcare,” remarked Wellington. A total of 9 companies were vetted and selected to receive $120K in investment and mentorship from the physicians at Cedars-Sinai, researchers, and executives for the program whose past alumni include Grace, Notetworth, Referral MD, ZendyHealth, inscope, and Home Hero.