Cedars-Sinai will host 10 Dutch health technology startups in Los Angeles to share best practices on bringing innovative ideas and products to the U.S. market. Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, USA, serves more than 1 million people each year in over 40 locations, with more than 4,500 physicians and nurses and 1,500 research projects in motion.
HealthTech Mini-Accelerator 2024
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Cedars-Sinai will host 10 Dutch health technology startups in Los Angeles to share best practices on bringing innovative ideas and products to the U.S. market. The Netherlands HealthTech Mini-Accelerator 2024 Program, Feb. 12-16, will be led by the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator, which supports the growth and development of early-stage companies focused on improving healthcare and healthcare delivery. ScaleNL and NBSO Los Angeles—two support initiatives of the Dutch government—are also collaborating with Cedars-Sinai on the program.
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Participants will experience a comprehensive sample of the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator’s flagship three-month program—which is currently recruiting startup companies for its 10th class.
Dirk Janssen, Consul General of the Netherlands, said the country is a European leader in healthcare technology.
“Dutch innovation is characterized by its ambition to contribute to positive societal change,” Janssen said. “We’re excited and honored that these Dutch technology startups get the opportunity to learn and grow with Cedars-Sinai, a world leader in healthcare. This unique collaboration between Cedars-Sinai, ScaleNL and NBSO Los Angeles shows the strong ties between the Netherlands and the U.S. and benefits our societies and economies at large.”
The 10 participating Dutch corporations are Cardiomo, Healthplus.ai, Hemeo BV, inBiome, IPD, Loop Robotics, Manometric, MLA Diagnostics, Preimure and QurieGen.
The Netherlands HealthTech Mini-Accelerator 2024 Program is the product of the continuing partnership between Cedars-Sinai and the healthcare community in the Netherlands, a connection with the shared mission of improving healthcare around the globe.