On the heels of opening the doors to the senior care industry’s first-ever technology innovation hub, in Louisville, Kentucky, there’s another push to put the city at the forefront of the aging services industry. Some of the health care leaders involved with the Thrive Center for innovation are banding together with other CEOs in the city. […]
The impending wave of baby boomers into the senior population will bring more than just massive numbers of potential residents. This isn’t merely a question of bulk. It’s a question of breadth, with a wider range of seniors becoming inherently trickier to serve.
Health care costs for seniors are soaring, health levels are plateauing and experts across the care continuum are searching for fixes to both. The answer could be found by going back to the basics in medical care.
The world is smart. Smart watches. Smart phones. Smart homes. Smart consumers. As the smart tech revolution grows, senior living operators are increasingly incorporating this technology on a device-by-device basis to improve specific aspects of the care and living experience.