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Fifth Annual Healthcare Unbound Conference to Focus on Remote Monitoring, Home Telehealth & eHealth for Disease Management & Wellness Promotion
Date:6/19/2008

ation of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) and the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST).

Nationally Recognized Speakers Drive Discussion

Consumer healthcare technologies are driving opportunities to serve patients in new ways and in new settings.

"Forrester coined the term 'Healthcare Unbound' to encompass the trends toward technology-aided self-care, mobile care and home care," said Elizabeth Boehm, Principal Analyst, Customer Experience for Healthcare and Life Sciences, Forrester Research, one of the Conference Keynote speakers and a member of the Conference Advisory Board. "We have defined 'Healthcare Unbound' as 'technology in, on and around the body that frees care from formal institutions.' This burgeoning technology field includes sensor technology, wearable computing, home-based health monitoring solutions, and wellness and lifestyle support solutions."

Additional Keynote speakers include representatives from Alere Medical, Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST), Continua Health Alliance, Critical Mass Consulting, DMAA: The Care Continuum Alliance, Google, iMetrikus, Intel Corporation, Microsoft, QUALCOMM, The Kibbe Group and WellDoc Communications.

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