Presented by Aging2.0 Boston and Massachusetts eHealth Institute:
Through the Massachusetts Digital Health Initiative’s Aging and Caregiving Marketplace, the Massachusetts eHealth Institute (MeHI) has been working with closely with the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) and the Administration to advance the digital health ecosystem and explore how these new technologies can improve healthcare in the Commonwealth.
We have been working with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) and Secretary Bonner on a Healthy Aging and Caregiver initiative to identify some key problems for organizations and individuals that serve older adults with complex care needs where technology could be most useful in providing solutions that are both likely to make an impact and that fit into providers’ business models. There are many digital health entrepreneurs here in Massachusetts that are working on developing aging solutions, and we want to make sure these tech innovations are solving the real world challenges faced by long term care providers and the seniors they serve.
At this event, key players in the aging services sector will come to the floor to present pressing problems in senior care delivery – “Passionate Problems” – in such a way that helps digital health entrepreneurs better understand the key challenges faced by providers and clients/patients in the aging services market, bringing attention and entrepreneurial energy toward solving them.
Reverse Pitch Line-up:
• Paul Adams, Head of Connected Health Marketing, Phillips Home Monitoring
• Veronica Barber, Senior VP of Human Capital, Benchmark Senior Living
• Kate Granigan, CEO, LifeCare Advocates
• Margaret Hogan, Officer at Mass. Home Care, CEO of Boston Senior Home Care
• Christopher Sintros, President and CEO, Deaconess Abundant Life Communities
Refreshments will be served.
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