The United States spends nearly $3 trillion annually on health care, 86 percent of which is attributed to people with chronic conditions like diabetes and hypertension. This is complicated by the fact that the U.S. population is getting older and sicker and health care remains confusing, complex, and costly. Approximately, 80 percent of people over the age of 65 have more than two chronic conditions, and payers are increasingly challenged to successfully manage the total health of this growing population. This session will explore an entirely new approach to health care that silences the noise and successfully addresses the nation’s chronic-condition epidemic for the Medicare population. Join your peers to learn how to use technology to transform the experience of living with a chronic condition.