The class has seven companies, including a NASA remote monitoring tech, VR for chronic pain, and more.
The companies accepted to the program: Biorealize, Bluedrop Medical, Citus Health, Cylera, Group K Diagnostics, Kaizen Health, Marmo Health, and Tine Health.
Accepted companies will begin their immersion at Destination Dreamit, a summit bringing together top VCs, Dreamit alumni, and industry thought leaders.
The new option is designed to draw later-stage companies and serial entrepreneurs who would not typically consider an accelerator.
Companies accepted to the program will participate in a 16-week boot camp from July to October, and will be offered tools and support to kickstart their growth.
Nine startup teams were recruited from around the country to participate in a 16-week boot camp from July 21 through November 7.