Las Vegas, NV – The next two sessions of the Digital Health Summit were focused on healthcare related to caregivers. The first panel talked about the need to understand more about Alzheimer’s Disease and the effect it has on the individuals as well as the family. AARP and the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Brain Health are focused on bringing innovative solutions to the caregivers that are helping their loved ones live with this difficult disease. Caregiver solutions often only focus on initial consumer feedback. The typical caregiver when asked what they struggle with focuses on schedule. After that they mention “wicked problems.” These wicked problems are things like toileting or bathing or forgetting to eat. The caregiver needs to become more a part of the puzzle. Hopefully products will think about the entire ecosystem it is part of and restore dignity to caregivers and patients who are dealing with wicked problems.