The Focalyst Executive Forum

Fri, 09/29/2006

Innovations and Insights in Reaching Boomers and Older Consumers

September 28-29, 2006
New York, NY

Planning for future peace of mind

Thu, 07/03/2003

Toronto Star

July 3, 2003
by Joseph Coughlin

More and more, global events are reshaping people's lives and priorities. Greater emphasis is being placed on home, on family and on those things in our lives over which we do have some control.

The average lifespan at the turn of the last century was 47 years. Advances in sanitation, nutrition, health care and technology have paid nearly a 30-year longevity dividend.

In fact, people in their mid-80s are among the fastest growing populations in Canada.

The Creative Destruction of Telemedicine

Tue, 04/29/2003

Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting

April 29, 2003

AgeLab’s Joseph Coughlin
delivers plenary address at American
Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting

Joseph F. Coughlin, Director of the MIT AgeLab, took center stage last week at the Orlando, Florida Convention Center Auditorium giving the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) first Kenneth Bird Annual Lecture.


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