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Join the AgingWell Hub

We’re joining forces with other collaborators to help give older adults the freedom to age well and stay connected to the world around them.

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Teaming up with WMCHealth to transform patient care

Teaming up with WMCHealth to transform patient care

Royal Philips and Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) are partnering to transform and improve healthcare for millions of patients across New York’s Hudson Valley.

The partnership is based on an enterprise managed services model, a comprehensive range of clinical and business consulting services, and advanced medical technologies such as imaging systems, patient monitoring, telehealth and clinical informatics solutions.


POLITICO: Outside, In series continues in 2015

POLITICO: Outside, In series continues in 2015

“Outside, In” is a series of conversations with innovators aimed at tackling big topics and solving complex problems as they relate to government and the private sector.

The 2015 panel series includes video taped conversations on topics like, the promise and perils of digital medicine, and the future of wearable technology.

And you can view the sessions.

Technology as a key to aging well

Technology as a key to aging well

Fifteen years from today, there will be twice as many older Americans – those age 65 and older – as there were in 2000.  These Americans – along with their health and wellness teams, families and loved ones – are beginning to make crucial and complex decisions about where and how they will spend their aging years. Understanding that many prefer to live fully independent lives, and aspire to age in place, Philips is partnering with experts and decision-makers in the healthcare and aging arena to host its “Aging Well Expert Series” that examines the challenges, opportunities and necessary steps associated with aging in place.

 

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Ushering in a new age of farming, increasing food security and reducing carbon emissions

A growing urban population, extreme weather patterns, and increased demand for sustainable foods – these are just a few factors driving new farming technologies that allow plants to grow without sunlight in indoor environments close to or within cities. That's why Philips is supporting an innovative farming model pioneered by Green Sense Farms, a Chicago area commercial grower, to increase crop yields, lower energy consumption and reduce operating costs, while providing consumers with locally grown, fresh vegetables throughout the year.

 

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Empowering patients through wearable technology

Philips and Accenture have partnered to develop proof of concept software that connects a wearable display with Emotiv Insight Brainware. The solution could ultimately give more independence to patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other neurodegenerative diseases.

 

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Revolutionizing the energy efficiency of lighting with LEDs

There is not a faster, better or cheaper solution to our nation's carbon emissions and energy cost reduction needs than adopting energy-efficient lighting technologies. Gain insights from the Environmental and Energy Study Institute's (EESI’s) 17th Annual Congressional Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency EXPO and Forum, and learn how  energy savings from LED lighting solutions offer a triple win—for the economy, citizens and the environment.

 

 

"Outside, In" is a series of conversations with innovators who have used real-world solutions to enhance government efficiencies and solve complex problems in healthcare, big data, energy efficiency and more.


 
 

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