Tuesday, October 20, 2020

- EDT
Reducing the Cost and Risk of Alzheimer's
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Elli Kaplan
Neurotrack, CEO & Co-Founder

Digital innovation is disrupting the traditional way that cognitive assessment is delivered and measured. With remote, scalable access and robust data capture and analytics, technology can now detect cognitive decline well before it shows up in everyday life. This session will cover how eye-tracking technology, through a mobile device camera and an app, can measure the state of one’s cognitive health and its potential for future decline. This session will also discuss how early detection is key to a personalized and targeted brain health intervention, making  Alzheimer’s prevention possible.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

- EDT
Reducing the Cost and Risk of Alzheimer's
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Elli Kaplan
Neurotrack, CEO & Co-Founder

Digital innovation is disrupting the traditional way that cognitive assessment is delivered and measured. With remote, scalable access and robust data capture and analytics, technology can now detect cognitive decline well before it shows up in everyday life. This session will cover how eye-tracking technology, through a mobile device camera and an app, can measure the state of one’s cognitive health and its potential for future decline. This session will also discuss how early detection is key to a personalized and targeted brain health intervention, making  Alzheimer’s prevention possible.

- EDT
Reducing the Cost and Risk of Alzheimer's
Join Stream
EK
Elli Kaplan
Neurotrack, CEO & Co-Founder

Digital innovation is disrupting the traditional way that cognitive assessment is delivered and measured. With remote, scalable access and robust data capture and analytics, technology can now detect cognitive decline well before it shows up in everyday life. This session will cover how eye-tracking technology, through a mobile device camera and an app, can measure the state of one’s cognitive health and its potential for future decline. This session will also discuss how early detection is key to a personalized and targeted brain health intervention, making  Alzheimer’s prevention possible.