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How Will We Care for Six Million Centenarians by 2050?- Video

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There’s no doubt that people are living longer these days. In 1950 only 3,000 people on Earth were over the age of 100. By the year 2050, six million people may reach that century mark. What will healthcare look like for this generation?
Global aging will require us to adopt a very different healthcare model, according to Intel Fellow Eric Dishman. He says healthcare reform will revolve around what he calls the 4 C’s: complexity, coordination, collectivity and community.

Let’s hear from Eric why considering each of the 4C’s is critical for managers designing tomorrow’s IT systems.

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