Palo Alto Medical Foundation’s Innovation Center Challenges High Tech to Help Seniors Age Successfully
Posted on Mar 13, 2012 in Transformation
The Palo Alto Medical Foundation’s (PAMF) David Druker Center for Health Systems Innovation invites the Silicon Valley community to combine its unique talents in developing new ways to help seniors age successfully.
“More than anywhere else in the country, Silicon Valley is perfectly positioned to apply innovative thinking to the universal challenges of aging,” according to Paul Tang, M.D., chief innovation and technology officer for PAMF. “We live in the heart of technological innovation and have a proud history of excellent health care and supportive community organizations. We can be a national model for how the community supports aging and living well.”
In partnership with Health 2.0, PAMF launches its linkAges event with a kickoff community education and technology developer event on April 14-15 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View.
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