We Have A Strategic Vision for Global Aging

Taking On Longevity with Market Innovation

We develop initiatives that focus on meeting the challenges of worldwide aging with groundbreaking market solutions and progressive public policies.

Through our white papers, roundtables, webinars, presentations to third parties, and other communications materials, we are leading the global aging dialogue and providing public education designed to enable healthier and more active aging.

Infographic on Vision Health and the Future of Work

Preventable visual impairment is a missed opportunity that is growing in prevalence as the population ages. Age-related visual impairments, like presbyopia - which first begins to impact people around age 40, at the prime of their working lives - remain an underrecognized priority for governments and employers alike. 

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Wonder Drugs Vs. Superbugs

This startling paper, published by the Global Coalition on Aging in February 2022, asks readers to imagine a world in which commonly used medicines no longer protect us from disease and suggests four steps for leaders in government, business, and across society to help avert the public health crisis widely referred to simply as antimicrobial resistance, or AMR.

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Roundtable Report on Investing in Health Innovation for OECD Ageing Societies

In October 2021, as a partner of the OECD Forum, GCOA brought together experts for a virtual dialogue on the topic: “Investing in Health Innovation for OECD Ageing Societies: Models for Healthier, Active, and Fiscally Sustainable 21st-Century Ageing.” More than 20 cross-sector, cross-discipline global stakeholders discussed the health and economic imperatives for new solutions that enable healthy ageing, including representatives of the Japanese government, private companies, patient groups, and researchers. 

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Healthy Aging Circle: A Dialogue on Innovation, Collaboration and Patient Empowerment

The Healthy Aging Circle, an expert dialogue presented by GCOA with our member company Bayer, spotlights scientific innovation and multistakeholder collaborations as driving forces to achieve the goals of the UN/WHO Decade of Healthy Ageing. The video features an impressive roster of thought-leading voices from across industry, science, global institutions, and beyond to discuss some of the most exciting innovations in healthy aging to date and their outlook for future advancements.

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Silver Economy Forum

2019

Nutrition and Healthy Aging Report

2018

Relationship-Based Home Care in the UK

2018

Relationship-Based Home Care in Australia

2018

Super-Ageing Societies Roundtable and Report

2018

Financing for NCDs: The Focus on Value, Outcomes and Access

2018

A Retirement Security Retrospective: 2007 Versus 2017

2018

Guiding Principles for the Multi-Generational Workplace

2018

Striking Similarities and Disconcerting Disconnects: Employers, Workers, and Retirement Security

2018

Partner Perspectives on Global Aging

The emergence of the Global Coalition on Aging is tremendously exciting, and I am particularly encouraged that it brings together diverse companies to work together on this pressing issue. It is unique in its philosophy that the best solution is to enable us all to remain engaged and productive through healthy and active aging.

Dr. John Beard
Director of Ageing and Life Course
World Health Organization

IFA 14th Global Conference on Ageing

2018

Dementia Innovation Readiness Index

2018

Retirement Preparations in a New Age of Self-Employment

2018

Financial Wellness for Longer Lives: New Approaches to Working and Saving

2018

World Economic Forum Transformation Maps

2018

Relationship-Based Home Care Report

2018

Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey

2018

Longevity Economics: Leveraging the Advantages of an Aging Society

2018

Remote Care and AI Initiative

2018

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