Milken Institute: Advancing Tech-Enabled Health and Home Care

Date Updated: 04/03/2022

Recognizing the growing demand for virtual care, data supporting home-based and alternative care-delivery models, the rapid expansion of telehealth, and the potential to advance health equity, the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging (Center) launched the Advancing Tech-Enabled Health and Home Care Project in 2021. The Center convened an expert group of stakeholders representing health care, technology, government and policy, research and academia, philanthropy, advocacy, and community-based organizations to develop solutions to advance tech-enabled care.

Based on perspectives from expert interviews, a half-day roundtable, and a followup survey, this report presents actionable recommendations around three of the most promising opportunities to integrate health and home care through technology.


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