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AARP will be launching a new program that aims to test out remote monitoring healthcare devices on people over 50 years of age. The association is teaming with Georgia Tech Research Institute to conduct the study, which will see how 50-plus consumers test with five different sleep and activity tracking devices over a six-week period.

AARP will be launching a new program that aims to test out remote monitoring healthcare devices on people over 50 years of age.

The study, sponsored by UnitedHealthcare and Pfizer, will be the initial item for AARP’s Project Catalyst program, an initiative that aims to accelerate innovation for aging Americans. The association is teaming with Georgia Tech Research Institute to conduct the study, which will see how 50-plus consumers test with five different sleep and activity tracking devices over a six-week period.

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