ImaginationLancaster invited to contribute article to the prestigious Longevity Bulletin

focusing on the Internet of Health Things

Emmanuel Tsekleves from ImaginationLancaster has been invited to contribute an article to the Longevity Bulletin: The technology edition.
The Longevity Bulletin, part of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries aims to provide a regular overview of research on some of the biggest challenges facing government and society in the context of longevity, ageing and population change
Advances in technology bring implications for mortality and longevity trends. This edition of the Longevity Bulletin examines a range of technological developments and highlights key issues for consideration as the relationships between society and technology continue to evolve.
The article focuses on the The Internet of Health Things.  Is the rapid growth of the use of devices, products and services to enhance health and well-being a game-changer for the healthcare industry? We look at the opportunities and challenges involved, as well as providing an update from the IFoA’s Working Party.