Many family offices are increasingly active or interested in health related enterprises and the effects that changing demographics and rising healthcare costs can have on public health and the healthcare delivery systems that will service the growing “longevity economy.” Many are doing it with an “impact” lens, where their personal values or interests drive their investment choices and decisions. Speakers gave an overview on pioneering technologies and business models like home healthcare, senior living and memory care facilities, and diseases prevalent in the aging population like Alzheimer’s. The workshop educated attendees on general best practices in family office impact investing and the kinds of homework they need to do to make sure the impact is realized.
Daniel Kraft, MD, Singularity University, Exponential Medicine
Daniel Lubin, McKinley Healthcare Partners
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