Who better to spearheading the research and development for preventative and support healthcare technology for those aging in place? The computer chip manufacturing giant Intel is hyper-focused on how, “… to use personal health technologies to care for people.” This isn’t new, of course. Intel has had R&D going on in this arena for years. However, with the wave of Baby Boomers moving into retirement, Intel’s gaze has turned toward preventative technology that could not only assist the elderly (and family members caring for them), but also extend the reach of facilities and medical personnel who treat them.
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Mark is the Founder of AgeInPlace.com. He also is a consultant and mentor who helps business and organizational leaders serving people over age 50 to reach, market and sell to their best clients more effectively, so they can substantially increase revenue and help more people.