“As outlined in two prior installments of EY’s Engaged Aging series, How will new technologies make age-related diseases a thing of the past? and How will consumer engagement power lifelong wellness? a number of forces — technological innovation, improved analytics, behavioral economics and increasing health consumerism — are converging to create new solutions and services that move engaged aging from a theoretical concept to a real business opportunity.
If governments, businesses, and individuals want to seize the upside of longevity, we need creative partnerships designed to synchronize the health span with our increased life span. These collaborations must combine leading thinking from the retail, financial and technology industries with the know-how from traditional health and life sciences incumbents and the scale of government organizations.”