Session ID: 

Promoting Quality of Aging: Care Coordination and Disease Management

1:15pm - 2:15pm Monday, February 11
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
Extra Fee


As generations age, technologies must evolve. Many older adults have multiple conditions with some for example having 10 or more medications to manage. This session will present some of the solutions toward improving care outside the hospital. Medication management, remote monitoring and care coordination tools will be discussed as well as current gaps in care which the future use of technology needs to address. We will examine how to move beyond single point solutions to coordinated care plans wrapped in usable tech solutions.
This session is part of a special program called Healthy Aging and Technology Symposium: Building a Digital Bridge to Transform the Aging Experience. Extra fees and separate registration is required.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify challenges the aging population face today as it relates to care coordination and disease management
  • Discuss solutions and gaps in current care models
  • Describe personal technologies that work to bridge the gaps


Director, CITRIS Health Initiative, CITRIS,
Director, Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley
Aging in Place Technology Watch
Senior Care Practice Lead,
Samsung Electronics America


Allied Health Professional
Population Health Management Professional