We’re going to AARP Health Innovation@50+ LivePitch!

We don’t toot our own horn so often at Savor Health, but we’re so excited about this one we can’t keep quiet!

We’ve been selected as one of ten finalists for AARP’s Health Innovation@50+ LivePitch event in Sunnyvale, California. This is a whole conference devoted to emerging technology solutions for people 50 and over, as well as their caregivers.

It’s a huge honor to be selected from over 200 promising tech startups. This is a huge step closer to realizing our vision of a nutrition concierge app to make personalized oncology nutrition support accessible to every cancer patient.

The other finalists are:

  • Cake, Boston, MA, is the easiest way to do end-of-life planning. Cake breaks down a daunting and difficult task into simple, bite-size chunks, and provides experts who can answer questions. The online CAKE profile is a living document of end-of-life preferences that is easy to access, update, and share. @JoinCakeApp
  • Medivizor, Ramat Gan, Israel, provides people with serious or chronic medical conditions, or their medical teams, all the cutting edge information they need know – personalized just for them. @medivizor
  • Penrose Senior Care Auditors, Dallas, TX, provides the first and only tech/app-enabled senior care auditing solution to ensure seniors are okay while providing families peace-of-mind, creating the senior care auditing category. @penrosecheckin
  • PicnicHealth, San Francisco, CA, helps patients and their families manage their medical records. PicnicHealth collects records on a patient’s behalf, maintains a single up-to-date medical chart, and coordinate between providers. @picnichealth
  • SeniorHabitat, New York, NY, is the first centralized, tour booking and informational website that simplifies care transitions while decreasing time, costs and hospital readmission rates. SeniorHabitat facilitates healthcare decisions by helping seniors, caregivers and hospitals navigate the overwhelming process of senior care facility selection to improve care transitions. @seniorhabitat
  • SensaRx, LLC, New York, NY, launched its SafeWander Button Sensor in November 2015, and is focused on patient safety and caregivers’ wellbeing in both assisted living facilities and the home. The company emanated from the Founder’s family struggles to care for his grandfather with Alzheimer’s disease. @safewander
  • SingFit, Los Angeles, CA, combines a growing body of scientific research on the health benefits of prescribed singing with a proprietary music platform in order to mass distribute the benefits of music as medicine. Focused on dementia care and healthy aging, its debut product SingFit PRIME is the winner of the USC Keck School of Medicine Body Computing Prize. @MusicalHealthT
  • UnaliWear, Austin, TX, has its Kanega Watch that allows discreet support for falls, medication reminders and a guard against wandering in a classically-styled watch with an easy-to-use speech interface rather than buttons. Kanega Watch works wherever you are, 24×7, and doesn’t require a smart phone (because it’s built in). UnaliWear’s artificial intelligence learns the wearer’s lifestyle to provide predictive, pre-emptive support. @UnaliWear
  • Well Beyond Care, Austin, TX, is the only company that teaches families and individuals how to find and manage affordable non-medical in-home care, while solving the chronic problems of caregiver truancy and turnover, and at the same time offering a pathway to transitional care to help HHAs accomplish their Clinical Outcomes and Customer Service goals. @WellBeyondCare

AARP is a champion for people 50+ and the people who care about them, so it’s incredibly rewarding to be recognized by them.

I wish we could send you all to Sunnyvale to watch us, but I’ll be sharing the highlights on Twitter. You can learn more about 2016 Health Innovation@50+ on their website or read the AARP press release.

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