Aging in Place: There’s No Place Like Home

From her first step into the colorful world of Oz, Dorothy wanted to go home.  At her young age, she intuitively knew that “there’s no place like home.” “Aging in Place” means that you can continue to live in your home independently, comfortablyand safely.  Common sense tells us that most people will choose this option. …

Trending Downward: Primary Care

One of the biggest fears for a senior with a health condition is having some medical complication that forces a trip to the hospital. Hospitalization, though sometimes necessary, is both expensive and tedious. As such, it is one of the central goals of seniors with health conditions to avoid hospitalization whenever possible. The past few years…

Remote Patient Monitoring is the Future

Up until the advent of penicillin, a simple infection could spell death for an ill-prepared patient. Before the invention of plastic, sterilization was a major issue due to the need to reuse medical equipment that is now disposable, something taken for granted by many. These advances in medical technology are not often thought about these…