Partnership aims to boost senior citizens' wellness through IT

04/30/2013 | Healthcare IT News

ConnectedLiving has partnered with CDW Healthcare in an initiative that aims to enhance the quality of life and wellness of senior citizens by connecting them electronically to their families and allowing them to access medical and educational resources using any Internet-enabled tool. The program will provide the necessary devices, IT services and training to help senior communities create an environment to promote better electronic social interaction among residents. "We want to make virtual socialization an inherent part of seniors' lives. In doing so, ConnectedLiving not only improves their quality of life, but also creates better health outcomes at a lower cost," said ConnectedLiving CEO and co-founder Sarah Hoit.

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