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Why were health and fitness displays so close to e-cigarette booths -- is sitting the new smoking?
Products and services designed to keep older adults engaged, entertained, connected and healthy.
That is not a question -- the answer is: far too many the minute you enable WiFi outside your home.
Using a Health monitoring device that is part of a system called the MobileCare Monitor, nurses' aides can respond quickly if there's a fall.
More on CES healthy.
Fitness monitor bands, sensors and wearables.
Limited job opportunities after age 55, inadequate savings or want to work for themselves.
Reveals about half as many (more like 170) as has been widely reported.
Nice article about innovation excess (at CES, naturally), as well as innovation unapplied.
Article about touring CES floor by remote-controlled robot.
Forbes: Imagine a home with automatic medication dispensers, robots, video, and motion sensors to detect falls.
Among personal and home care aides, those 55 and older are the largest single age demographic.
An interesting collection about the industry -- take a look.
This is your grandfather's Facebook - seniors are the fastest growing demographic.
It will be up to healthcare companies to adapt those technologies to be used by seniors.
The number of “hospice survivors” in the US has risen because hospice companies earn more by recruiting patients who aren’t dying.
People aged 60+ filed 26% of fraud complaints; one in five aged 65+ was 'abused financially.' Their example: a woman aged 85.
Not a survey, but noting of use of EHR, care coordination, sensors, and mobile apps.
Wearable devices for home health monitoring of the elderly will include clothing and accessories.
#1 Wearable monitors: 13% of US adults are considering purchasing a wearable fitness device. (I thought that was last year?)
The new HealthPatch is a biosensor worn on the chest to measure caloric burn, heart rate and six other vital signs.
CEA survey results included some intriguing hints that wearables might soon be used in chronic disease care as well.
Consulting a driving rehabilitation specialist -- for tech, "smart" headlights that adjust the range and intensity of light and lane departure systems.
Nothing at mHealth Summit about the realities of long term care managed by families and paid for with private dollars.