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07/24/2015

Technology can help people stay at home longer.

07/14/2015

A new study that suggests the start of middle age is no longer 45 or 50 but, instead, 60.

07/14/2015

At summit, experts discussed making technology accessible to seniors. A study on topic was also released by AARP.

07/13/2015

Honor hopes to start a trend of tech companies focusing on the needs of seniors.

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02/01/2014

Americans believe that individuals are primarily responsible for their own well-being when they’re older.

01/25/2014

Digital Health startups - should their focus should be on how to attract users and produce data? What about revenue?

01/23/2014

Tracked like a disease, compared to MySpace rise and fall.

01/23/2014

The company's online marketplace connects families with caregivers for children, seniors, special needs individuals and pets.

01/23/2014

7 winners announced.

01/21/2014

Technology can raise questions about whether patient’s personal details are being properly protected.

01/16/2014

Not limited to seniors -- users often wind up just using the phones as expensive cameras that can make calls.

01/14/2014

That is not a question -- the answer is: far too many the minute you enable WiFi outside your home.

01/14/2014

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.

01/14/2014

More on CES healthy.

01/14/2014

Why were health and fitness displays so close to e-cigarette booths -- is sitting the new smoking?

01/14/2014

Products and services designed to keep older adults engaged, entertained, connected and healthy.

01/10/2014

Fitness monitor bands, sensors and wearables.

01/09/2014

Limited job opportunities after age 55, inadequate savings or want to work for themselves.

01/08/2014

Nice article about innovation excess (at CES, naturally), as well as innovation unapplied.

01/08/2014

Reveals about half as many (more like 170) as has been widely reported.

01/07/2014

Article about touring CES floor by remote-controlled robot.

01/07/2014

Forbes: Imagine a home with automatic medication dispensers, robots, video, and motion sensors to detect falls.

01/06/2014

Among personal and home care aides, those 55 and older are the largest single age demographic.

01/02/2014

An interesting collection about the industry -- take a look.

12/30/2013

This is your grandfather's Facebook - seniors are the fastest growing demographic.

12/27/2013

It will be up to healthcare companies to adapt those technologies to be used by seniors.

12/27/2013
12/26/2013

The number of “hospice survivors” in the US has risen because hospice companies earn more by recruiting patients who aren’t dying.

12/24/2013

Not a survey, but noting of use of EHR, care coordination, sensors, and mobile apps.

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