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Connected the fragments of the Aging in Place Ecosystem

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The pending silver tsunami of seniors is expected to reach 20% of the US population, 80 million people, by 2050 with a collective market projected to soon be in excess of $300 billion and a need for more direct care givers than we currently have teachers in all K-12 in the US.

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  • 1. Kaye H, Harrington C, LaPlante M. Long-Term Care: Who Gets It, Who Provides It, Who Pays,And How Much? Health Affairs. January 2010 2010; 29(1):11-21.
  • 1. WEINBERG FOUNDATION
  • 3) 2011 AARP Survey: Age in Place: A State Survey of Policies and Practices, Executive Summary Page IX
  • 3) 2011 AARP Survey: Age in Place: A State Survey of Policies and Practices, Executive Summary Page IX
  • 3) 2011 AARP Survey: Age in Place: A State Survey of Policies and Practices, Executive Summary Page IX
  • 3) 2011 AARP Survey: Age in Place: A State Survey of Policies and Practices, Executive Summary Page IX
  • 3) 2011 AARP Survey: Age in Place: A State Survey of Policies and Practices, Executive Summary Page IX
  • 3) 2011 AARP Survey: Age in Place: A State Survey of Policies and Practices, Executive Summary Page IX
  • Connected the fragments of the Aging in Place Ecosystem

    1. 1. VisionCenter for Aging In Place ResearchBusiness Models, Systems, Platforms Innovation + Entrepreneurship Thought Leadership New Academic Programing
    2. 2. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCESCHANGING US DEMOGRAPHICS LONG TERM CARE 12 million (2010) - 27 million in 2050 (projected Americans who need long-term care) (1) MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    3. 3. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCESNEW NORMAL: SILVER TSUNAMI IS NOT A ROGUE WAVE BUT A NEW HIGH TIDE DIRECT CARE 3.2 million (2012) - 5 million in 2020 (projected direct care workers needed, More than all K-12 teachers) (2) MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    4. 4. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCESMEDICARE + MEDICAID SPENDING $7,787 (55-64) TO $25,691 (85+) ($250 Billion Annually) MEDICARE SPENDING PER CAPITA (AGE) MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    5. 5. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCESFRAGMENTS OF AGING IN PLACE 90% surveyed 65 + wish to stay in their home even when they need assistance AARP AGE IN PLACE SURVEY 2011 (ADA) requires any building built after 1992 to be “readily accessible to and usable by” those with disabilities, it does not apply to private housing MET LIFE AGE 2.0 REPORT 2011 “..infrastructure, technologies, existing housing, funding sources, and the businesses and services available for Aging in Place are not being fully realized.” MET LIFE AGE 2.0 REPORT 2011 $2 Billion (2012) to $20 Billion (2020)- Aging in Place Technology Market Size AGING IN PLACE TECHNOLOGY WATCH REPORT MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    6. 6. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCES COMPONENTS OF AGING IN PLACE PRODUCTS Assistive Monitoring Predictive PEOPLE PLACE Direct Care Assessment- Support Alterations Services Enabling Infrastructure PAY + POLICY Insurance PACE Medicare/Medicaid Financial Planning MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    7. 7. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCES COMPONENTS OF AGING IN PLACE EDUCATIONINNOVATION LAB Establish Care StandardDevelop New Products/ PRODUCTS (LPN) For Aging CareTechnologies For Aging In Assistive Providers MonitoringPlace PredictiveCertify Products PEOPLE PLACE Direct Care Assessment- Support Alterations ServicesEDUCATIONEstablish Standard PAY + POLICYFor Retrofitting Homes Insurance(Ada). Certify PACE Medicare/Medicaid Financial Planning ACADEMICProfessionals Research/Policy MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    8. 8. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCES COMPONENTS OF AGING IN PLACEINNOVATION LABIndustrial DesignEngineering PRODUCTS EDUCATIONHuman Factors Assistive NursingGerontology Monitoring Gerontology PredictiveEthnography Human FactorsComputer Science PEOPLE PLACE Direct Care Assessment- Support Alterations ServicesEDUCATIONArchitecture PAY + POLICYInterior Architecture Insurance ACADEMICConstruction Management PACE Medicare/Medicaid Finance Financial PlanningIndustrial Design Health Care Economics Public Policy MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    9. 9. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCES IMPORTANCE OF INTERSISTIALS How do we train direct careHow does the built workers to interface with theenvironment structure and the products and systems that willemerging products and PRODUCTS augment their care and extendsystems enable Assistive Devices senior social networks?safe, happy, healthy, independ Monitoring- Technologyent living? PEOPLE PLACE Direct Care Assessment- Support Alterations Services PAY + POLICY How do we realistic expand InsuranceFunding new housing? PACE Medicare/Medicaid Cash + Carry Programs? HowFinancing retrofits? Financial Planning does PACE scale?Other new housing models? MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM
    10. 10. OPPORTUNITY VISION COMPONENTS RESOURCES FRAMING- FINDING FITS AND GAPS IN FRAGMENTED OFFERINGS Mobility + Monitoring + Mind Communication + Caregiver Transfer Care Compliance Engagement SupportPLACEStructureInfrastructurePRODUCTSAssistiveDevicesMonitoringPEOPLECaregiverInfrastructureFamilyPAY- POLICYFinancial PlanningInsurancePrivate Pay MCGOWAN > AGING IN PLACE FRAGMENTED ECOSYSTEM

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