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A New Model of Healthcare is Unveiled, Offering Seniors Control, Independence and Dignity as They Age
Date:10/5/2011

NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 40 million U.S. seniors now have the ability to "age gracefully at home" due to the benefits of a subscription-based health solution launched by Virtual Health today.  Virtual Health is a service provider that delivers a suite of home-based services and lifestyle choices to consumers, going beyond healthcare to also include meals, transportation, and financial solutions.  In collaboration with leading technology and healthcare providers, this new model of care offers personalized tools and services for seniors to remain independent at home, while offering peace of mind for their loved ones.

"We are proud to begin the nationwide roll-out of Virtual Health, starting with a series of Independent Living services targeted for the overwhelming majority of seniors that want to remain at home, and extend a helping hand for the sandwich-generation care givers," said Alex Go, Chief Executive Officer of Virtual Health. "As an enabler of a physician's plan of care, we have partnered with national technology, health and daily living service providers to make it easy for mature adults to live their life as they choose in their own home."

Working directly with an individual's primary care physician, Virtual Health provides tailored solutions for varying levels of care, interactivity and real time reporting and monitoring depending on each person's health and lifestyle needs. This proactive personalized care model provides an opportunity to decrease medical costs including emergency room visits, which is important as adults over the age of 65 make more visits to the emergency room than any other age group in the U.S.

"Personalized healthcare is the way of the future. Solutions such as Virtual Health will become increasingly important as more and more seniors aim to age at home gracefully and remain active for as long as possible," said Bradford Perkins, a global authority on senior living. "T
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