For aging adults and those with chronic conditions, health can take an unexpected downturn with little or no warning. These changes in health most commonly occur at home. Many in the industry consider the home to be the “black box” of healthcare because it offers limited visibility for providers and caregivers into a person’s health status. In this article, Rosemary Kennedy, Chief Health Informatics Officer for Connect America, explores how connective care technology in the home enables seniors to safely and gracefully age in place. Read the full article here.

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