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El Camino Hospital/Pathways Home Health & Hospice Receive Pilot Pioneer Award from Aging2.0

El Camino Hospital/Pathways Home Health & Hospice Receive Pilot Pioneer Award from Aging2.0

Sunnyvale, CA—May 21, 2015— El Camino Hospital in partnership with Pathways Home Health & Hospice receive a notable award for their trailblazing willingness to try new things.  El Camino Hospital/ Pathways Home Health & Hospice were awarded the Pilot Pioneer Award by Aging2.0 at their Global Innovation Summit.
Aging2.0 is a global innovation network and “start-up accelerator” with a mission to fast-track innovations for improving the lives of older people.  El Camino Hospital/ Pathways Home Health & Hospice were honored with the Pilot Pioneer award because Pathways has been among the first to try out some of the leading-edge technologies. 
Pathways is piloting the use of devices worn on the legs that capture data about a person’s walking gait, including irregularities which can help guide their physical therapy and identify those at risk of falls.  Pathways is also conducting a trial of a tablet that makes the internet simple for people unfamiliar with technology.  One goal of the tablet is to reduce the isolation many seniors experience.
Aging2.0, headquartered in San Francisco, connects entrepreneurs, technologists, designers, long-term care providers and seniors themselves in their efforts to speed creative solutions for the elderly.  El Camino Hospital and  Pathways Home Health & Hospice were jointly invited to be part of the Leaders Circle which brings together 15 corporations that Aging2.0 believes have unparalleled insight, access and reach into senior care.  Nearly 100 corporations are also currently participating in the Aging2.0 Alliance, a broader corporate membership program.

About El Camino Hospital
El Camino Hospital is an acute-care, 443-bed, nonprofit and locally governed organization with campuses in Mountain View and Los Gatos, Calif. Key medical specialties include cancer, heart and vascular, men’s health, mental health, neuroscience, orthopedic and spine, senior health, urology, and the first Women's Hospital in Northern California. The hospital is recognized as a national leader in the use of health information technology and wireless communications, and has been awarded the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center as well as three consecutive ANCC Magnet Recognitions for Nursing Care. 

About Pathways Home Health & Hospice
Pathways Home Health & Hospice is a non-profit organization for more than 38 years, now serving 5,000 families a year in five Bay Area counties through its varied services: home health, hospice, private duty and geriatric care management. Pathways is accredited by the Joint Commission and is a member of the Visiting Nurse Association of America, the California Hospice & Palliative Care Association, the California Association of Health Services at Home, and the National Hospice and Palliative Care Association.  For three years in a row Pathways has been designated as a HomeCare Elite Agency for quality care.