Aging2.0, the global innovation platform for aging and senior care technology, announced the launch of the Aging2.0 Alliance earlier this month. The Aging 2.0 Alliance is a new membership community for innovative senior care stakeholders and technology companies.
As one of 72 “launch” members, PRCN is poised to play a key role in its advancement, with PRCN President and CEO Torsten Hirche heading up the creation of a Seattle Aging 2.0 chapter.
“I knew upon hearing about the development of the Alliance that it was something we wanted to be a part of,” said Hirche. “We’ve been looking for ways to pair our spirit of innovation in aging services with the astounding technology capabilities available today. The Aging2.0 Alliance fills a long overdue need for a community where innovative senior care peers and tech entrepreneurs who are passionate about aging can get together to shape and scale new service delivery models. PRCN strives to be on the forefront of innovations in senior services and care technologies.”