Engaging Consumers in Health and Wellness Behavioral Changes with GE Lighting

by Parks Associates | Aug. 14, 2018

Prior to the 5th-annual Connected Health Summit, hosted by Parks Associates, Jeff Patton, GM Connected Home Products, GE Lighting sat down with the firm's analyst team to discuss effective strategies to engage consumers in health and wellness behavioral changes.

Jeff will participate on the expert panel, Holistic Sleep Solutions: Expanding the Ecosystem, during the pre-conference research workshop: Independent Living and Wellness: A Growing Opportunity on Tuesday, August 28, at 2:45 PM . Panelists who will join him on this session include:

Timo Aittokoski, Chief Scientist, Emfit
Roy Raymann, PhD, Vice President Sleep Science & Scientific Affairs, SleepScore Labs
Michael Wu, Vice President and General Manager of SleepIQ LABS, SleepNumber

What is the most effective strategy/approach you have seen that engages consumers for health & wellness behavioral changes?
With the number of new technologies centralized around health, there are many ways for consumers to engage in better health. Some of these tech solutions and innovations also pair with other solutions for even more robust outcomes and opportunities.

If a consumer is going to enhance their health and wellness it has to be simple, and today there are multiple solutions that are as easy as screwing in a light bulb.

For more information on Connected Health Summit, visit: www.connectedhealthsummit.com

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