Lois Simon, Seniorlink’s EVP of Policy and Programs, will join the panel discussion “What We Need in Collaboration Technologies to Improve Access, Effectiveness, and Quality of Services and Supports” at the Technology Summit: Transforming the Experience of Care in the Home on April 9th. The panel includes leaders from across the spectrum of health care, including representatives from providers, plans, consumers, innovators and entrepreneurs. Seniorlink represents the “innovator” category along with Dirk Peters of CareGeneral, Diane Kaye of ClearCare, and Sterling Harders of Carina. Other panelists include Moderator, Brittany Weinbery of Aging 2.0, Anne Tumlinson of Daughterhood.org, John Tschida of AUCD, Merrill Friedman of Anthem.
The panel will “Explore the needs and technology challenges involved in developing and commercializing technologies that support and promote greater cross-sector coordination and collaboration.”
What We Need in Collaboration Technologies to Improve Access, Effectiveness, and Quality of Services and Supports
April 9, 2:00-3:30pm
Fisher Colloquium, McDonough School of Business
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