The answer that is common throughout this thread, is that "it depends". I would ask you to revisit your question and provide more insight into where you are and what you need.
There are oodles of great views presented here, however, I don't think you are getting anything really actionable for your situation.
I would like to suggest that you ask with your sub-components in mind:
1. Prioritize your 3 biggest needs (People, Money, Technology)
2. Ask the most specific question you can generate. Something that you can make a decision to act from.
Example: (using the People criteria)
What is the best Accelerator or Incubator through whom I am likely to get access to knowing my best Entrepreneur Skills, meeting people who love Mobile App challenges, and have a history of bringing out the best in People as well as the Best People together?
This kind of question can help this network better know how to be helpful to you. If you vary this questions slightly, you will also vary the answers:
What Accelerator or Incubator has a track record for producing winning start-ups in the Mobile Medical Information Space for Consumer Health access?
The form of the question sets focus.
Finally, there is the approach of using what you don't want as question base. For example:
I have 3 - 6 months that I can invest in an Accelerator. What I don't want to do is spe3nd that time and effort with people who aren't current in the Mobile Technology Stacks that are leading edge. I also don't want to get buried in a Think Tank of Research without producing tangible product. Finally, I don't want to work this without good access to experienced Entrepreneurs.
What accelerator or Incubator would be best to explore?
Sometimes figuring out what you don't want provides a faster path to what you do want. Good luck and I look forward to your answer.