Thank you for your interest in our live webinar hosted on March 27, 2019. Though you missed our live presentation, we are delighted to provide you with the recording of this informative session you can view on demand at your leisure: https://logmeinlorigonzales52.sharefile.com/share/view/s7c881b6462141d38
You’ll have the opportunity to follow Ipsos’ Global Head of Connected Health and HP’s Head of Population Health Worldwide as they walk you through their insights into the future of health and aging, and the role technology will play in transforming tomorrow’s health and wellness industry.
To dispel myths about today’s aging society and its use of technology, we explore:
- Insights into current perceptions of aging
- Challenges and opportunities for the healthcare industry
- Examples and case studies demonstrating how connected health is transforming healthcare access and experience for the aging population.
Some key takeaways: You will discover the potential for change brought about by technology and the capacity it has for revolutionizing how care for the elderly is delivered and how it can change the way this aging society is experiencing life. You’ll see further demonstrations of how connected health and Perennials intersect, including examples from HP of innovative inroads for aging, such as the future of robotics, VR and remote monitoring to transform healthcare. By understanding the connection between healthcare and technology for Perennials, you can chart a path to success in your health and wellness business.
To take you further along on your journey, our presenter and expert, Reena Sangar, would be delighted to meet with you to discuss how, through insights into the current perceptions of aging, and by understanding the connection between healthcare and technology for Perennials, you can forge new inroads in your business.
Reena Sangar, Global Head of Connected Health, Ipsos
Frances A. Ayalasomayajula, MPH, MSMIS, PMP, Head of Population Health Worldwide, HP
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