Data can help with aging in place when applied correctly

05/17/2013 | LouisTenenbaum.com

Big Data won't be able to predict when a particular aging-in-place senior will have a problem that needs swift attention, writes Louis Tenenbaum. But such information can be used on a large scale to give a clearer picture of how many such seniors over a given area are likely to need help in a given time frame, helping to avoid a crisis atmosphere, he writes.

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