Y Combinator (YC) is an early-stage startup accelerator that has invested in over 4,000 companies including Airbnb, Stripe, and Reddit.
Within the digital health space, YC has backed nearly 300 companies. Altogether, YC-backed digital health companies have raised approximately $5B in pre-exit funding.
Y Combinator’s most recent cohort (its Winter 2023 batch) included over 270 companies, with roughly 7% (20) operating in healthcare.
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