Proactive engagement with Swiss government departments, ministries, agencies and members of Swiss Parliament to establish a framework for a National Swiss Longevity Development Plan and Industrial Strategy to grow Switzerland’s Longevity ecosystem to scale and enable extension of national Health-Adjusted Life Expectancy.
A focus on cross-sector dialogue, projects and initiatives spanning government, industry, academia and other relevant spheres of activity, Longevity Swiss Foundation aims to achieve a maximum level of synergy and convergence, growing every aspect of Switzerland’s Longevity ecosystem to scale.
Though the intensive application of AI to advanced biomedicine, Switzerland can lead the world in Precision Health, utilizing the latest innovations in AI, Longevity, Biomarkers of Ageing and Advanced Biomedicine to become nation leading the world in preventive, personalized and precision health care for its citizens.
Swiss Longevity Foundation will work alongside large Swiss financial institutions including pension funds, insurance companies, private wealth banks and other relevant entities to roadmap initiatives and policy proposals to turn the problem of ageing population into the economic opportunity of Healthy Longevity.
Longevity Swiss Foundation
Developing Switzerland into A Leading Cross-Sector International Hub of Longevity Politics and Precision Health
Leading Geneva-based Longevity Policy Non-profit and Think Tank working to leverage the national strengths and potentials of Switzerland in order to turn the nation into a world-leading Longevity Hub through the coordinated development of Longevity Politics and Governance, the Longevity BioTech Industry, Preventive Medicine, Precision Health and the emerging Longevity Financial Industry. Leveraging Switzerland’s existing reputation as a hub for independent international policy organizations like the World Economic Forum, the United Nations, UNESCO, the World Health Organization and Others, Swiss Longevity Foundation aims to turn Switzerland into the leading international hub for cross-sector and cross-nation Longevity Development projects and initiatives.
Active Involvement with Swiss Governmental Ministries and Proactive DIalogue with Industry Stakeholders
Longevity Swiss Foundation will work with the participation of proactive corporate and institutional partners to interface with relevant Swiss governmental ministries, departments, agencies and members of Swiss Parliament to establish a National Swiss Longevity Development Framework, as well as the establishment of a parliamentary body equivalent to the United Kingdom’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on Longevity.
Founding Members of Longevity Swiss Foundation Bring Years of Relevant Experience and Expertise
The Founding members and partners of Longevity Swiss Foundation bring years of relevant experience and activity to the task of coordinating these national and international Longevity Development Efforts, including Dmitry Kaminskiy, founder of Deep Knowledge Ventures (a VC firm that made its first investments into the Longevity industry in 2014, at a time when most investors did not consider it a serious prospect), Head of International Cooperation for the UK All-Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity Secretariat, Founder of Aging Analytics Agency (the main source of data and analytics for the UK APPG for Longevity) and the Biogerontology Research Foundation (leading Longevity-focused non-profit), and Stefan Hascoet, a Geneva-based financial industry professional with years of experience working for Swiss investment banks and other financial corporations and institutions).
Timeline of Swiss Government Involvement in Longevity
National Platform for Palliative Care Strategy
The Confederation and cantons have promoted palliative care in Switzerland in a national strategy.
Elderly Care Bank established
St Gallen the first Swiss city to introduce a novel banking scheme in which retired care volunteers “deposit” hours worked looking after elderly people.
Masterplan for the Promotion of Biomedical Research
The plan impacts the entire chain, from research and development, clinical research, market entry for biomedical products, and pricing and reimbursement by social security, all the way to the availability of these products in day-to-day healthcare.
Swiss government advocates that “living longer means working longer”.
For developing the next generation of clinical researchers
2017 Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN) established
Masterplan for the Promotion of Biomedical Research renewed
The VIA project launched
The overall goal of the VIA project is to promote the health of older people and to strengthen their self-determination and independence in order to maintain or improve their quality of life and overall well-being, allowing them to continue living at home for as long as possible.