BrainAid

By Jonah Comstock 01:38 am December 10, 2013
As yesterday's baby boomers become tomorrow's seniors, America's already overburdened healthcare system is in trouble. And according to Stephen Johnston, cofounder of Aging 2.0, and Laurie Orlov, founder of Aging in Place Technology Watch, technology represents our best hope to avoid the crunch. "If you make it to 65 today, you have another 20 years on average," Orlov said at the mHealth Summit...