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Futurist and author Trond Arne Undheim interviews Ken Accardi, CEO and founder of Ankota. The takeaway is that the future of elderly care, and home care specifically, is going to be shaped by predictive population health which will prevent and intervene...
Futurist and author Trond Arne Undheim interviews Ken Accardi, CEO and founder of Ankota.
The takeaway is that the future of elderly care, and home care specifically, is going to be shaped by predictive population health which will prevent and intervene early rather than wait until it has to deal with chronic disease, treating the symptoms, and enduring the effects of aging.
After listening to the episode, find out more about Ankota, check out Ken Accardi's faculty profile at Babson College, where he lectures on Technology, Operations and Information Management or connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn (akkardiken).
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CEO and founder, Ankota
Ken Accardi is an experience technology entrepreneur. Ken started his career at GE Healthcare where he held leadership roles in the X-Ray, Service, IT and Business Development divisions. After GE, Ken played leadership roles in ViryaNet (IPO and sold to Verisae) and Tele Atlas (sold to Tom Tom for $4B). He is the CEO of Ankota, pioneering the next generation of home care. Ken holds a BS in Engineering from Bucknell, an MS in Computer Science from Virginia Tech and an MBA from Babson.