Embracing New Technology: Mobile Health

Recorded Thursday, October 16, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Sponsored by KeyBank Real Estate Capital

There’s an app for everything…and mobile health looks like the next best thing. It’s still pretty much the Wild West, but expect apps that can, for example, do routine tests and send the results to the doctor. Seniors themselves are more and more technologically savvy—both in their homes and on the go—and providers need to keep up in order to provide a resident amenity, to communicate with familes and health partners, or purely for safety reasons.

DATE: Recorded Thursday, October 16, 2014
TIME: Whenever it's convenient for you. A recording will be made available in your membership account.
PLACE: Your office either online or by telephone
COST: Buy now for $193 per dial-in connection. Unlimited attendance per dial-in connection.
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REGISTER TODAY for this unique webinar and learn about embracing new technology from our panel of leading industry experts — without ever having to leave your desk:

What’s new in mobile health?
How will it impact the future of senior care?
How can you get up to speed?
And how do you finance those efforts?
...and more
PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts any questions about mobile health.



Panel of Experts:

David Lindeman, The Center for Technology and Aging
David Lindeman joined CITRIS in 2013. In addition to his role as Director of Health Care at CITRIS, he also serves as the Director of the Center for Technology and Aging (CTA) and Co-Director of the Center for Innovation and Technology in Public Health (CITPH), in partnership with the Public Health Institute. CTA is a national research and resource center that focuses on the development and scaling technology-enabled programs that improve the Read More
Director, Health Care, CITRIS
Laurie Orlov, Founder, Aging in Place Technology Watch
Laurie Orlov is the Founder of Aging in Place Technology Watch, a market research firm that provides thought leadership, analysis, and guidance about technologies and related services that enable boomers and seniors to remain longer in their home of choice. In her previous career, Laurie spent more than 30 years in the technology industry, including 24 years in IT and 9 years as a leading industry analyst at Forrester Research. She has spoken Read More
Founder, Aging in Place Technology Watch
Scott Peifer, Executive Director, AgeTech West
Scott Peifer serves as Executive Director of AgeTech West, a collaborative founded by LeadingAge California, LeadingAge Oregon and LeadingAge Washington to advance technology-enabled aging services. Scott previously served as Associate Director of the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST), a program of LeadingAge. Scott was also Director of Policy for the Alliance of Catholic Health Care, working with the Catholic Health Systems Read More
Executive Director, AgeTech West
Dana Sheer, Director of Clinical Programs, Partners HealthCare at Home
Dana Sheer, RN, MSN, ACNP is the Director of Clinical Programs for Partners HealthCare at Home, the home health division of Partners Health System. She is the first nurse practitioner to be employed by Partners HealthCare at Home. She is responsible for the development of home based clinical programs which include, Partners Mobile Observation Unit, Chronic Disease Management, Wound and Infusion Therapies and Telehealth Programs. Dana has a Read More
Director of Clinical Programs, Partners HealthCare at Home