Post CES reflection on role of technology and Alzheimer's.
Boston, mid-May, 2016
EarlySense uses a pressure sensor algorithm to remind a clinician if a patient should be turned.
Washington Post special coverage about Internet non-users.
Relying on her phone and Senior Center Without Walls to save her from the boredom and loneliness that plague so many seniors.
New York Post: Lively consists of a hub that is placed out of the way in the senior’s home, and a series of adhesive sensors.
Says Neil Versel -- let the market correction in health-related consumer apps begin already.
According to author, event at Stanford -- focus specifically on health-related issues.
Boston.com -- writer sees game-changing technology innovations at the Connected Health Symposium.
An innovation featured at Connected Health Symposium October 25, 2013.
Some older workers pleased to be able to come to work.
Partners Connected Health Symposium discussion.
Steve Moran interviews Jack York of IN2L.
Dealing with unexpected return of college grads and adult children.
Someone once said “better to be safe than sorry.
Technology that could be used to study and monitor a wide range of respiratory conditions.
UK: MindMe GPS devices can locate a carrier’s whereabouts every four minutes.
Boomers are big users of LinkedIn.
With no job in sight, share of new entrepreneurs aged 55 to 64 grew to 23.4 percent in 2012.
Mayday feature -- gets help in real-time.
'Still the best'.
Spark Activity Tracker debut at Health 2.0, a health conference for cutting-edge innovation.
UnitedHealth Group's Vice President of TeleHealth, Pramod Gaur, discussed his vision for mHealth.
A LeadingAge member and 2 universities are developing and testing 3 high-tech ways.
Another of Care Innovations execs retires (Louis Burns), following exit of Doug Busch.
26 million older adults remain offline.
Includes mobile platforms used as a medical device -- like an app that use a smartphone to detect abnormal heart rhythms.