We are living in a time when life expectancy is increasing to 100 years. But this doesn't mean that those extra years are necessarily healthy ones. With chronic and neurodegenerative diseases on the rise, translating this additional life expectancy into successful aging will require the transformation of public and private institutions leveraging innovative technologies to ensure older adults have the tools to live well. Be it through professional employment, education, or community programs, these opportunities must be intentionally woven into the fabric of society. What solutions and technologies can facilitate pro-active healthcare management? How can businesses benefit from both a healthier elderly demographic and one that is active in their institutions? How can public policies encourage active living and capture its benefits for others?
Moderator:Paul Irving, Chairman, Center for the Future of Aging, Milken Institute; Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Davis School of Gerontology, USCSpeakers:Wilfred Blackburn, CEO, Prudential SingaporeCatherine Collinson, President and CEO, Transamerica Institute; Executive Director, Aegon Center for Longevity and RetirementJim Mellon, Entrepreneur and Investor; Chairman, Burnbrae Ofer Tzadik Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Tyto Care