The U.S. is in a healthcare crisis.
$2.9 Trillionon healthcare
That’s more than the government spends on defense, social security, education, veterans’ benefits and income security* combined.
*U.S. Office of Management and BudgetSee the reality of healthcare spending
We are enabling seniors to live their lives on their own terms with access to high-quality health and support services that preserve and protect one’s dignity, quality of life and independence.See our work in Successful Aging
We’re driving for the ability of information to be shared among medical devices and electronic health records to enhance patient safety and improve clinical outcomes.See our work in interoperability
We’re creating an automated, connected, and coordinated high-quality healthcare delivery system to drive the best clinical outcomes in the most cost-effective manner.See our work in connected care
We work with hospitals, healthcare organizations, foundations and policy makers across the U.S. to accelerate the research and development of innovative healthcare solutions.Learn More
West Health’s chief operating officer Shelley Lyford and Paul Downey, chief executive officer of Serving Seniors, attended a once-in-a-decade White House Conference on Aging.Read More
The San Diego Daily Transcript writes about Paul Downey of Serving Seniors and Shelley Lyford of West Health attending the White House Conference on Aging
Center for Medical Interoperability leaders say current tools compromise patient safety
House votes to continue CMS’ landmark Independence at Home project through 2017
West Health Institute joins collaborators with Philips on new research center for open innovations for aging well