Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) August 29, 2014
Innovations Television, produced by DMG Productions, announced today that they are gathering content for upcoming episodes of Innovations, focusing on health and elderly care, slated to air first quarter 2015.
U.S. Census statistics show the number of Americans over 65 will nearly double by 2030, expanding from 13% of the population in 2000 to 20% in 2030, for a total of 72 million people. Though many older adults are active and in good health, most have at least one chronic condition and use healthcare services more often than other segments of the population.
Technological developments have revolutionized the field of health care. Today, new technology allows us to not only live longer and better. More specifically, technological advancements in elderly care are helping patients improve their quality of life while reducing healthcare costs.
"Innovations is dedicated to exploring the latest breakthroughs and most significant advancements in healthcare," said Michele Nehls, producer for the series. "There is no time like the present to educate and inform the public on the changes taking place in the industry.”
Developed through the real life experiences of industry experts, physicians and their patients, Innovations combines scientific and clinical data with poignant story telling, to deliver the best and most accurate information for our viewers.
About Innovations and DMG Productions:
Innovations, hosted by award winning actor Ed Begley, Jr., is an information-based series geared toward educating the public on the latest breakthroughs in all areas of society. Featuring practical solutions and important issues facing consumers and professionals alike, Innovations focuses on cutting-edge advancements in everything from health and wellness to global business, renewable energy, and more.
DMG Productions (responsible for creating the Innovations show) includes personnel specialized in various fields from agriculture to medicine, independent films to regional news and more. Our field producers work closely with experts in the field to develop stories. This powerful force enables us to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming, which both viewers and networks depend on.
For more information visit http://www.InnovationsTelevision.com. You can also contact Michele Nehls at: (866) 496-4065 x 822 or at: Michele(at)InnovationsTelevision(dot)com.