Beginning in January, the healthtech startups will have access to partners, a tailored curriculum and co-working space.
The cohort was selected by a pool of institutions, providers, and payors looking to form partnerships and solve challenges with digital health startups.
Startups will get access to tailored curriculum, 4,000+ square feet of co-working space, and the opportunity to apply $50,000 in need-based scholarships.
Startups with less than $5M in both funding and revenue are invited to apply by the October 11 deadline, and get expert support and free office space.
The accelerator will accept applications through March 31, offering select companies work space, mentorship and non-equity funding.
With these deals, CVS is looking to collaborate with the most advanced and capable organizations to develop future-looking healthcare solutions.