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Is today’s wearable technology forgetting about seniors?

Major manufacturers such as Apple, Samsung and Philips continue to invest in wearable devices – from activity trackers to heart rate monitors and sleep trackers. Today’s more popular wearable technology tends to be geared toward a younger, tech-savvier generation. But what about seniors? naviHealth Executive Medical Director Jennifer Terrell, MD, provides insight into the significant impact that wearable technology can have for seniors.


How BPCI Advanced data will unlock opportunities to redesign care

This past September, CMS provided preliminary target prices and baseline claims data to organizations that participate in or applied to participate in BPCI Advanced Model Year 3. These new insights will be an important component of an organization’s care redesign plan to improve outcomes and reduce expenditures. In these latest Essential Insights, naviHealth’s Executive Medical Director, Dr. Jomy Mathew, and Vice President of Value-Based Care, Gina M. Bruno, share their perspectives on how you should prepare for and manage this influx of data.

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