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nasimson
nasimson
6/29/2015 | 9:07:01 AM
Leaving home market to the emerging competition
Has AT&T exhausted the US market? I dont think so. The growth from overseas Europe etc. is fine. However leaving home market to the emerging competition is not understandable.
nasimson
nasimson
6/29/2015 | 8:44:43 AM
Re: THis will be massive in Europe
@Ray:

> And it will be outsourced - the elderly daycare model of the future
> will be teams of people monitoring hundreds of people in their homes..

Spot on Ray! Plus it will be off-shore. We will see the *call center agent model* replicated here. It will be *health center agents in India* happily taking care of elderly in Europe and Americas and triggering 911 when their customers can not!

 
Ray@LR
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9/9/2014 | 10:18:53 AM
THis will be massive in Europe
I can't imagine such services are going to be anything but massive in Europe, where hospital and care home space is limited and the average age of the population in every country is increasing. 

And it will be outsourced - the elderly daycare model of the future will be teams of people monitoring hundreds of people in their homes.... I'm buying coffee bean stocks...


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