How Seniors Are Driving Technology Developments
The aging market is an important demographic that has been often overlooked by technology companies. However, this is rapidly changing as the population ages and older adults are looking for solutions to improve their quality of life. The aging population is growing rapidly, and the stakes are high. Technology has tremendous potential to help mitigate these challenges by providing innovative and effective solutions.
At our panel discussion, we will cover topics such as how technology can empower seniors to live independently and increase their social connectedness, as well as the latest innovations in healthcare technology and how they can improve the quality of life for aging adults and the role of policymakers and government agencies in promoting the use of technology for aging populations. The panel will discuss the latest trends and emerging technologies, share insights and success stories, and explore the policy implications of this important issue.
As a partner at TechCXO, Liam Brenner is a leader who brings more than 25 years of consistently delivering exceptional results in the C-suite primarily in fractional and
interim roles. Recent clients include an industry leader in data science focused on healthcare, the world’s finest concierge medical practice, and a recently sold PE backed
company providing tele-pharmacy services to Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial patients.
Previously, Liam spent two years as a founding management team member at Haven, a joint venture of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JP Morgan Chase. He served as
both the Head of Finance and the Head of People during his time there, helping to launch the venture and bring it to scale.
Whether helping a founder transition through a dynamic period to achieve durable scale or stabilize a middle eastern telco after ISIS destroyed a critical switch, Liam thrives
solving complex business challenges in start-up, transaction or post-merger phases. Liam has an MBA from Babson College‘s F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business. He
also received his BS in Accounting from Babson.
Rachel Wilson is the CEO of CIC Health, a public health resiliency company that partners with governmental agencies, businesses, and community partners to detect, contain, and mitigate the impacts of infectious disease outbreaks. Prior to joining CIC Health, she held leadership roles at Atrius Health, New England Baptist Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Rush University Medical Center, and served as an occupational therapist at Montefiore Medical Center. She holds a M.H.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a B.S. in Occupational Therapy from Elizabethtown College. She has received broad recognition for her leadership including being selected to join the Aspen Institute Health Innovators Fellowship, being named to The Boston Globe’s “Tech Power Players 50” List, the Boston Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” list, and being awarded the ACHE Regent's Award for Early Career Healthcare Executive of the Year.
Andrew Mills is the Co-Founder, President, and CEO of CareTrack. Among his responsibilities, Andrew leads the company’s growth initiatives and guides strategic planning. Andrew is committed to improving, expanding, and growing the quality of care for patients nationwide. Under his leadership, CareTrack has created an efficient, effective, and patient-centric organization that benefits both the medical practice and the patient. Andrew has 25 years of entrepreneurial experience, including multiple startups and sales and marketing business management roles. Before founding CareTrack, Andrew managed business units in the telecommunications, finance, software, and healthcare industries. Additionally, he established the Sales Operations Department at Greenway Health and pioneered the Demand Generation Department.
Raj Mehra is the co-founder and CEO of Sage, an incident response and triage platform for older adults and caregivers. Prior to Sage, Raj was part of the founding team at Cedar, now one of the largest technology-enabled payment platforms serving providers of care. Before that, he led commercial efforts within healthcare for Palantir, a preeminent data science & AI company. Raj holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, a Master of Science from Weill Cornell Medicine, and a Master of Business Administration from the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.