Transforming Health Systems to Achieve Healthier Aging at All Ages



December 6, 2023


The Paley Center for Media, NYC

8:40–9:20am EST

Over the past hundred years, we have experienced asignificant increase in life expectancy. With more old than young in manycountries, and nearly 2 billion Millennials now reaching middle age, our healthsystems must quickly evolve to meet our changing needs. Health awareness andprevention must be prioritized at increasingly earlier stages in life to ensurelonger, healthier lives and, thereby, sustain the healthcare budgets ofcountries. This session will examine the investments in innovation needed tobetter predict, prevent, treat, and care as we seek to transform our healthsystems to a 21st century model that enables healthier aging formore people.


Lindsay Clarke
Senior Vice President, Health Education and Advocacy, Alliance for Aging Research
Yosuke Kita
Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations
Bill Novelli
Founder, Business for Impact, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, and Former CEO, AARP
Lotte Steuten
Deputy Chief Executive, Office of Health Economics
Madeleine Breckon
Vice President, Vaccine Product and Pipeline, Global Communications and Government Affairs, GSK
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