Aging2.0 AgeTech Expo nearing

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The Aging2.0 AgeTech Expo will feature innovation tours, workshops, educational panels and a “Pitch-for-Pilots (P4P)” session when executive, nursing, I.T. leaders and others in long-term and senior care gather Nov. 19 and 20 in San Francisco.

The P4P session involves start-ups pitching senior care executives for pilots. “Aging2.0 provides a global innovation platform benefiting small and large, nonprofit and for-profit providers alike,” says Scott Peifer, Aging2.0's VP of Alliance Development and former executive director of AgeTech West.

“Quality, customer service and transparency are increasingly important in today's senior care sector and technology can help providers deliver in all three areas,” adds Stephen Johnston, co-founder of Aging2.0.

Keynote speakers include Cynthia Breazeal, founder of the world's first family robot, Jibo; Michael Weiner, the Chief Medical Information Officer at IBM; Kenneth Shinozuka, the teenage founder of Safe Wander, a wander-prevention solution; and Lanning Tian, Vice Secretary General of China Association of Social Welfare.

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