Acute shortages of home health aides and nursing assistants are cropping up across the country.
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Tech's role contribution to staying at home longer.
Corporate venture capital (CVC) partners and other investors are interested.
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New JAMA study: 39% of those over 65 use 5 or more medications.
Ed the Robot to help older adults with dementia through everyday tasks.
Last year 24.2 million feature phones shipped in the U.S, nearly 2 million more than the year before.
Educated workers ages 55 to 75 likely to be in alternative work arrangements.
Over four in ten 50+ adults are concerned about being able to afford their medications.
"Caregivers who are in the 45-54 age bracket may not be as inclined to use apps as younger counterparts.
Instantly answers questions, like "what day is it?" or "what time is it?"
Demise of two-year cellphone contract stops many consumers from routine device upgrades.
Thrive Center could be open in the third quarter of this year.
The problem with health and wellness technology is that it’s not useful enough for seniors to want to use them.
As senior living providers become more tech-enabled, it’s critical to understand what seniors think about emerging technology.
Independent living and assisted living sectors may be past their peaks.
Price is the biggest barrier, but the others are interesting as well.
Inventors in this case are anyone who designs or develops creative physical solutions, objects, wearables, or devices.
It is a budding industry attracting not only major new players and consumers.
Are seniors housing operators trying the right gadgets, recently dubbed “silvertech,” that will benefit their residents?
Providers aren't eager to change their ways.
More than 6.1 million households in 2014 were primary residences rented by people age 65 and older.
Bundled-payment initiative takes effect Friday for hip and knee replacements.
Sometimes it takes a crisis – like a call from the hospital – to realize how far from fine a family member really is.
The program is proving vulnerable to mistakes and hackers.