"independent living" articles

Martin Huddart, Head, Smart Residential of ASSA ABLOY , shared his thoughts with us on the evolution of home services after his recent participation in the Connected Health Summit . Q: When you think about the evolution of home services to address a variety of health-related issues, what use cases do you see emerging? A: Use Cases: --Access control for visiting care workers to the home (via smart locks) as aging in place is a big trend. This solves multiple...
Ahead of the upcoming Connected Health Summit , Dr. Donna O'Shea of UnitedHealthcare shared her thoughts with us on how COVID-19 has impacted the connected health markets and how connected health solutions have shifted in the last year. Join her at the Connected Health Summit on September 1-3. How has COVID-19 impacted the connected health markets? We’ve seen a 10-fold increase in telehealth visits this year compared to a year ago, so we know people are increasingly...
As connected technology continues to evolve and mature, device manufacturers and service providers are expanding their purview beyond early adopters to a rapidly growing segment of the population – seniors. Companies with a footprint in the home are looking to the senior segment to expand their user bases, product sales, and service revenues. Service providers are searching for new revenue streams to offset losses from the decline in pay-TV subscriptions, and as younger consumers...
Prior to Parks Associates’  14 th -annual  CONNECTIONS™ Europe: Strategies for Security and Smart Home ,  Oskar Lampel , Partner Manager, Skyresponse AB gave his insights on connected health platforms with the firm's analyst team. Oskar will participate on the expert panel  Connected Health Platforms and Independent Living Solutions  on Wednesday, 20 November at 11:15. Panelists who will join him on this session include: Paul Berney,...
As connected technology continues to evolve and mature, device manufacturers and providers are shifting their focus beyond young, affluent consumers to another rapidly growing segment of the population – seniors. By the year 2030, people over the age of 65 will comprise 20% of the population in the US. Parks Associates research shows that almost 90% seniors express a desire to live in their own home for as long as possible, and connected health technology and independent living...
 
by Lindsay Gafford | Sep. 16, 2019
Tags: digital health, independent living
Parks Associates research shows that 17% of heads of US broadband households are people age 65 or older, and 20% are a current or future caregiver. However, seniors and their caregivers are not typical demographics of focus for consumer technology companies, and healthcare ecosystem players are having to learn how to engage older patients and their caregivers outside the context of medical and long-term care facilities. Almost 90% of seniors identify living in their own home for as...
 
by Lindsay Gafford | Sep. 9, 2019
Tags: digital health, independent living
Prior to Parks Associates’ sixth-annual  Connected Health Summit: Independent Living and Wellness ,  Joe Smith ,  MD, PhD, CEO, Reflexion Health  gave his insights on the connected health market with the firm's analyst team. Joe will participate on the panel   Expanding Reach: Making Remote Patient Monitoring Work   on Wednesday, August 28, at 3:15 PM. Panelists who will join him on this session include: Amy...
Prior to Parks Associates’ sixth-annual  Connected Health Summit: Independent Living and Wellness ,  Ardy Arianpour ,   CEO & Co-Founder,  Seqster  gave his insights on the connected health market with the firm's analyst team. Ardy will participate on the panel Consumer Technology in Healthcare: Preparing for the Tech Giants on Thursday, August 29, at 8:30 AM. Panelists who will join him on this session include: Sumit...

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