Multi-trillion dollar thought leader event on the longevity of the economy brings together investors, innovators and influencers on infrastructure, deal flow and regulatory change
WASHINGTON, November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The fourth annual What’s Next Longevity Innovation Summit presented by Mary Furlong & Associates takes place 1-2 December. The virtual event gathers Washington, DC Insiders discuss innovation, investments, infrastructure and influencing factors in the $ 8.3 trillion Longevity economy. More than 300 attendees will hear 2022 perspectives on the r -id changes in government, including the impact of the economic finance and infrastructure plan, Medicare, Medicaid and regulatory issues, the response to the economic recession, and the global focus on diversity and Alzheimer’s disease. These transformative changes will ultimately affect one in three Americans over 50.
“Now in our fourth year, this is the premier event to discover the latest trends in demogr -hics, technology and changes in the regulatory environment by bringing together the influencers who sh -e older adult policies with investors and entrepreneurs, who are building the next generation services to meet their needs, “said Mary Furlong, an expert on aging and executive director of the What’s Next Longevity Summit. “The unprecedented government support from recent relief fund laws and projected growth in the care industry are at the tipping point for revolutionary change, making it the most exciting time to be part of this multi-trillion dollar market.”
Co-organized by Lance Robertson, former director of the Administration for Community Living for the US Department of Health and Human Services and now Guidehouse, the event features both live and recorded panel discussions. Keynotes and opening speeches include: Nancy LeaMond, AARP’s Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer, will deliver a keynote address on the infrastructure of our care system; Andrew Parker, CEO and founder of p -a who secured himself $ 93 million in finance and its business grew 40% during the pandemic; and Georg Vradenburg, Chairman of UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, who will provide a progress report on addressing diversity, health inequalities and innovations in dementia care. He will also share the latest news on the ARPA-H initiative. Other notable speakers include: Alison Barkoffwho currently serves as Acting Administrator and Assistant Secretary for Aging, Jean Accius, Senior Vice President for Thought Leadership & International Affairs at AARP, Sarita Mohanty, CEO of the SCAN Foundation, Gary Sh -iro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) ®, including investors Dan Herman, Ziegler; Alan Petricof and Abby Levy from prime time partners, Bob Blancato, Matz, Blancato & Associates and Myrna Blythwho oversees all editorial content at AARP.
The event includes 20 panel discussions, a pitch for distribution panel, as well as the Innovators Showcase and Exhibit Hall with sponsored demos, videos and networking opportunities. Platinum sponsor is AARP with gold sponsors Ageless Innovation, CareLinx, Caregiving Club, Constant Companion, Get Set Up, Home Statt, iN2L, Vital Tech and Ziegler Link-Age.
Register here. Companies interested in participating in the event should contact: [email protected].
SOURCE Mary Furlong & Associated