Steve Hopkins is president of Curo Technologies, a Melbourne, Australia-based healthtech company. Curo’s in-home sensors monitor elderly adults and relays that data to families, caregivers, and insurance companies.
In his conversation with Paul Krutko, president and CEO of Ann Arbor SPARK, Hopkins talks about the importance of simplifying how caregivers access critical day-to-day information, such as a senior missing a dose of medicine or not having a meal. He also talks about how the aging baby boomer population is contributing to the rapidly growing eldercare market in the U.S. Finally, Hopkins touches on why Ann Arbor is the ideal location for a growing international startup.
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