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SESSION: “How the Macroeconomics of Healthcare and Shifting Demographics are Changing the Future of Aging Services”

SPEAKER: James Orlikoff, consultant named one of the 100 most powerful people in healthcare

Orlikoff noted that big trends such as macroeconomics and demographics are already impacting providers of health services to older adults. These have given consumers more choice than ever before, which is actually a risk to providers. Why? The average consumer can not only choose your competitors, he/she can choose not to use the service at all. (Most American consumers do not have enough cash to purchase care on their own, so they’ll stop using healthcare and/or default on medical bills.) To stay relevant regardless of whatever curve ball the healthcare game may pitch next, Orlikoff encouraged attendees to focus on four strategies:

Happy Monday! Each week we share mature marketing stories and insights that drew attention and interest.  This week we explore how 55+ communities are evolving and insights from the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics about how to combat ageism.  We'd love to hear your thoughts and take-aways, so be sure to share within the comments below. Most Clicked: Recently,…

While it may not be Monday, any day is a good day good for sharing mature marketing news that had people talking over the course of the past week. Today, we share a MarketWatch article regarding the surprising number of seniors stuck with college debt and survey insights about Millennials and their thoughts regarding sustainability in the workplace. MOST CLICKED:…

Happy Monday! Each week we explore the mature marketing stories and insights from the past week that had people talking. This week, we explore McKnight’s Senior Living’s four lessons learned in the wake of the recent cyber attacks and a survey from eMarketer regarding trust (or lack of) in self-driving cars.

Have something to share? We'd love to hear from you, so leave your thoughts in our comments section.

"A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie." -Tenneva Jordan

Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there. You deserve the entire pie.

At the beginning of every week, we share the most engaging content from the previous week.First up, the U.S. Census Bureau has found that the percentage of Millennials in the U.S. has overtaken the percentage of Baby Boomers.

Then, gfk.com reports that over half of adults in the U.S. live in "cellphone-only" households, with 40% of those households belonging to seniors.

Even with the big game between the Capitals and the Penguins scheduled for tonight, the weekly roundup is still the highlight of our Monday here at Creating Results.

This week, we take a look at the impact Generation X will have on the workplace and how that could play a role in marketing to this generation in the coming year. Also, Joseph Coughlin of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab shares what he believes are the five misperceptions of aging and technology.

Every Monday, we recap the most engaging content from the previous week.

This week, we take a look at a MediaPost article that breaks down characteristics of the different generations of media consumption. Also, an article posted on the National Public Radio website explains how age discrimination in the workplace has become digital.

Happy Monday! Each week we explore the mature marketing news that received the most interest and clicks the previous week. This week is all about mobile marketing.

First, we'll explore mobile usage among boomers and seniors by way of a report from Edison Research, and then we'll take a look at mobile marketing as it relates to what MarketingSherpa found were the most disliked advertising avenues.

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This past week I was thrilled to join the Mid-Atlantic 55+ Housing Council to share opportunities and insights for marketing 55+ communities to the mature consumer. I always learn so much when I join the council, and this event was no exception.

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