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Editors in Chief: Avi Seidmann, Simon Business School
Ray Dorsey,  University of Rochester Medical Center
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2016 Agenda
2016 Speakers
Q: What one policy change would you recommend to the next President that will enable Americans to age at home?
Senator Tom Daschle, d.health Summit Advisory Board Member
"Telemedicine reimbursement [by Medicare]. I cannot think of anything more important. [It is the] most important catalysts by far to bring about home care for individuals with chronic conditions. I cannot think of a close second. ...[Medicare's reimbursement of telemedicine] has extraordinary potential for transforming home health care and chronic illness management."
 
- Senator Tom Daschle
d.health Summit Advisory Board
Aging in PlaceAging in Place
When I asked the other three members of my walking group, all of whom are in their mid to upper 70s, whether they had any concerns about future living arrangements, they each said they had none despite the fact that, like me, they live in multistory private homes without elevators and, in two cases, without bathrooms on every floor.

My Los Angeles son asked recently what I might do if I could no longer live in my house, and I flippantly replied, “I’m coming to live with you.” The advantages: I’d be surrounded by a loving and supportive family, and the warm weather is a benefit for someone like me who becomes increasingly intolerant of the cold with each passing year. The disadvantages: I’d lose a familiar community and a host of friends, and his house, unlike mine, is on a steep hill with no nearby stores; if I could no longer drive, I’d have to be chauffeured everywhere.  
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