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Alliance’s Peschin Featured in Article on the U.S. Longevity Economy

December 14, 2015   |   Alliance for Aging Research Team   |   Healthy Aging, Geriatric Workforce Issues
Older couple riding in golf cart.

Melissa Sim wrote an article in The Straits Times, a major news publication in Singapore, focused on the “longevity economy” in the United States. It discussed the growing influence that older adults have on the fabric of the U.S. economy and how companies are responding by developing products that will improve their quality of life.

Alliance President and CEO Susan Peschin, MHS, was featured in the article. She spoke about how older adults contribute to the U.S. economy through their volunteer work as well as the caregiving they provide to grandchildren. She also noted that putting an emphasis on older adults serves as a matter of important national interest.

Last week, Susan was also featured on the National Pharmaceutical Council’s blog as she discussed improving quality measures for patients.

Here’s an excerpt:

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