of Pope Francis's visit to the United States, the leaders of the "New Models of
Care for an Aging Society" symposium issued a consensus statement recognizing
the moral and ethical obligations of religious institutions, government,
business and society as a whole to reframe and restructure existing care models
for the global aging population. Convening organizations include the Global Coalition on Aging,
Pontificia Università della Santa Croce, Instituto Bruno Leoni, and Markets
Culture and Ethics Research Centre.
held in December 2014 in Rome, convened a diverse group of global cross-sector
leaders to facilitate a dialogue and generate key insights and innovations
around improving care. It included participation from leading and influential
organizations such as the Italian Ministry of Health, Alzheimer's Disease
International, AARP and Home Instead
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