For health and human service executives, there are a dizzying array of new technologies coming to market. I love reading about each new development and thinking about the possibilities for improving the lives of consumers. Virtual reality therapies to reduce anxiety. Brain implants for life-altering neurological conditions. Care management robots to provide 24/7 monitoring in the community. Apps that keep me from my bad personal habits. Home monitors that can let me know if my mother’s home has a door ajar or she did not get out of bed. But brainstorming about future possibilities is far different . . .
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