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Is a senior safety net worth $9,000 a year?

Insurers won't pay for home health monitors, but start-up hopes children of elderly will

By Stephen Heuser
Globe Staff / December 1, 2006

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Will baby boomers pay $9,000 a year to have a computer and a nurse watch over their parents' health from a distance? (Full article: 685 words)

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