S.716 - Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services Act of 2007

A bill to establish a Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services Act of 2007 as introduced.
  • Official: A bill to establish a Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services. as introduced.

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Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services Act of 2007 - Establishes the Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services. Requires the Consortium to conduct a study of all matters relating to the potential use of new technology to assist older adults and

Official Summary

Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services Act of 2007 - Establishes the Consortium on the Impact of Technology in Aging Health Services. Requires the Consortium to conduct a study of all matters relating to the potential use of new technology to assist older adults and their caregivers, including:
(1) methods for identifying technology that may be adapted to meet their needs;
(2) methods for fostering scientific innovation in aging services technology within the business and academic communities;
(3) barriers to innovation in and the adoption of technology and strategies for removing such barriers;
(4) developments in such technology in other countries; and
(5) methods for ensuring that U.S. businesses have a leadership role in the global market of such technology. Requires the Consortium to develop recommendations concerning:
(1) developments in current technologies that may result in increased efficiency and cost savings to the healthcare system;
(2) opportunities for research and development to accelerate the development and adoption of aging services technology;
(3) methods to ensure that technology infrastructure is in place to deliver services; and
(4) establishment of a federal interagency task force to facilitate the development and distribution of such technology and a National Resource Center to stimulate research, oversee demonstration projects, and provide training and assistance to entities that provide such services. Requires the Consortium to report recommendations regarding development of a national policy to address issues concerning technology and assistive health services for seniors, changes to federal laws and programs that would support and encourage the private sector to develop and make widely available consumer-empowered technology solutions, and establishment of a National Resource Center on Aging Services Technologies.

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