Northeast Healthcare Innovation Cybersecurity Forum

October 5, 2021 | USA

Northeast Cyber Forum, across the country, Healthcare Innovation hosts a series of events and programs that promote improvements in the quality and efficiency of healthcare through information technology. We partner with provider organizations across the country to share healthcare technology success stories and best practices, while also providing a platform for insightful debate and dialogue on the future of healthcare.

Spotlight

Not only do seniors have different nutritional needs than younger adults, they also take more medication, have higher rates of chronic medical conditions-such as diabetes and heart disease-and are more likely to live alone; all of which contribute to the rising numbers of older Americans who are seriously impacted by a deficient diet.


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Spotlight

Not only do seniors have different nutritional needs than younger adults, they also take more medication, have higher rates of chronic medical conditions-such as diabetes and heart disease-and are more likely to live alone; all of which contribute to the rising numbers of older Americans who are seriously impacted by a deficient diet.

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