Design for living, not aging: Three take-aways for creating better health and wellness strategies

Featured experts

Jessie Olesnanik

Manager, Communications, Fuse by Cardinal Health

Tony Matessa

Director, Innovation Solutions, Fuse by Cardinal Health

Luke Whitworth

Vice President, Home Healthcare Solutions, a Cardinal Health company

Amy Kiminas

Consultant, Innovation Solutions, Fuse by Cardinal Health

Design for Living, Not Aging event brochure

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1. Aging is human

2. Research is critical to human-centered design

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Panelists pictured left to right: Charles F. von Gunten, MD, vice president of Medical Affairs, Hospice & Palliative Medicine at Ohio Health; Andrew Smith, senior director of innovation and sales strategy at Brookdale Senior Living; Bruce McGregor, partner, IDEO Palo Alto; Lisa Cini, founder, president, and CEO of Mosaic Design Studio; and Brad Cochran, vice president of Alternate Care, Cardinal Health (moderator)

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