Monthly Archive: July, 2012

Aging 2.0 | San Francisco, August 16

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After a great turnout at the first San Francisco event, we are gearing up for our second Aging 2.0 meetup in the City by the Bay on Thursday August 16th. We have four exciting… Continue reading

A new offering: Aging2.0 Jobs

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A few people have been asking us at Aging2.0 to post their jobs for them, since our rapidly growing base of readers and subscribers tends to be people with both an innovative mindset and… Continue reading

Consumer-Driven Innovation in Action: New Services and Business Models

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In the previous post about the Healthcare Unbound Conference, Ryan Frederick commented that the time for change is now and that in order to create meaningful change we need to (1) focus on… Continue reading

Highlights from Healthcare Unbound: The Power of Open Networks to Drive Needed Innovation

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[This is a guest post by Ryan Frederick, founder and Principal of Point Forward Solutions, a strategic consulting and financial advisory firm dedicated to Seniors Housing & Care and related Health Care Services industries. Prior to… Continue reading

A Friday post: The Green Thing

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[This is a guest post by honorary Aging2.0 staff member Ben Johnston (Stephen’s father) who’s making his blogging debut… Enjoy.] I received this circular email today. It seems appropriate as a lighthearted addition to this… Continue reading

Aging2.0-SheSays 7/26 NYC event sold out; new tickets just released

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An excellent response with over 150 tickets ‘sold’ (they’re free), for the 7/26 event in NYC, that we’re having with SheSays at the Deutsch agency. We’ve just opened up another set on Eventbrite for… Continue reading

New research: Nearly half of boomers with smartphones surveyed likely to download a medical app

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[This is a guest post by Suzie Mitchell about some new research they’ve just carried out into technology adoption by seniors. Suzie can be reached at suzie@mitchellpr.com or on twitter @suziemitchell. One question I had,… Continue reading

Aging2.0 goes British

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Image: Flickr / Harshil.Shah Aging2.0 is intended to address changing demographics as a worldwide phenomenon, and we’ve always had the perspective that we’re building a global network. Next week will see our first… Continue reading

Palo Alto Medical’s Innovation Center Announces Seed Funding for Accelerator Program

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[Note: This is a guest post by Hemali Thakkar from Health 2.0  (@Health2con). Palo Alto Medical Foundation’s Innovation Center (@pamfinnovation) partnered with Health 2.0 to run the linkAges Developer Challenge and Accelerator Program. linkAges (#linkAges) is the… Continue reading

Aging2.0 Salon with Innovate LTC: Chicago, July 31

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Aging2.0 is having its first meetup in Chicago on July 31st at TechNexus, a collaborative hub for Chicago’s tech community. We’re  partnering again with InnovateLTC, with whom we’re a judge at the previous… Continue reading

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