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  1. Originally posted on mHealthNews The mHealth Summit today announced the addition of the Clinical Mobility Forum, a full-day special event examining how mobile technologies are transforming healthcare delivery. The Clinical Mobility Forum, co-hosted by Healthcare IT News, will take place on December 8 during the mHealth Summit, the largest global conference and expo focused on […]
  2. Originally posted on ASU News on July 11, 2014. Project HoneyBee launched to develop wearable sensors that improve patient outcomes while reducing costs National and local academic, industry and clinical health care leaders gathered recently under an idyllic, late-spring Arizona sky at the Desert Botanical Garden for the invitation-only Forum for Sustainable Health, hosted by […]

  3. The Center for Sustainable Health’s Project HoneyBee is proud to be recognized as an ally of Flip the Clinic (FtC).  We are inspired by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s vision to transform the clinic in today’s healthcare by improving the experience for patient and care provider alike, harnessing new technologies to improve healthcare, and seeking […]
  4. Originally Posted on AZBio on April 23, 2014 It’s not every day that you get the chance to sit down face-to-face with a Nobel Laureate. But that’s exactly what happened on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, when about 150 Arizona biotechnology movers and shakers shook it up with Leland “Lee” Hartwell, PhD, at the AZBio Leadership […]

  5. Originally posted on HealthWorks Collective on April 23, 2014 What could be a more perfect description for a new initiative from the Center for Sustainable Health? The past two days, I’ve been in Tempe, Arizona, to participate in an invitation-only conference to launch Project Honeybee. The mission is to expand and accelerate efforts to sustain health through the prevention […]
  6. Originally posted on ASU News January 30, 2014 Getting old isn’t what it used to be. Seniors are living fuller lives thanks, in part, to significant breakthroughs in research. But, sorting through all the clutter isn’t easy. That’s why the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Arizona State University has put together an event featuring speakers […]

  7. Originally published in Slate Magazine, November 8th, 2013. Can Old Dogs Learn New Tricks? How China, Japan, and the U.S. can promote innovation in an age of longer lifespans. It doesn’t take long to figure out where most dog owners and trainers stand on the age-old canine question. Do a quick Internet search, and you’ll […]
  8. Originally published on Medcrunch by SUSAN E. WILLIAMS on Nov 1, 2013 • 9:03 am There’s no doubt: world population is aging, and aging fast. China recently made it a law that its young people must return home to care for their parents. In Japan, it is projected that the population over 65 will reach nearly […]

  9. Can We Live Long and Prosper? (View the Video Online) Life Expectancy Rate and the Public and Private Sector Dr. Michael Birt participated in the panel discussion “Can we live long and prosper?” at “The Future of Longevity,” an event hosted in Washington, DC by The New America Foundation. Human longevity is drastically increasing. In […]
  10. Originally published in Slate Magazine, September 26, 2013. It Takes a Village, Part II How to support the coming boom in the elderly population. This article arises from Future Tense, a partnership of Slate, the New America Foundation, and Arizona State University. On Oct. 4, Future Tense will host an event in Washington, D.C., on […]

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