It’s important to increase longevity only if we can find ways to do so in excellent health. When the United Nations declared the years 2021 to 2030 the “Decade of Healthy Aging,” it noted that there is a growing gap between how long someone will live and how many healthy years of life he or she can expect. AARP recently convened an international panel of experts for its Global Conference on Redefining Health : New Approaches for How We Live And Age.” The focus is on ensuring access to health care services for all older adults, strengthening the availability of long-term care, supporting aging in place and caring for older people in crisis conditions. They have made significant progress. Just one example is the U.S. hospital-at-home program which works to reduce strain on the health care system by offering us quality care in our own homes. This has been particularly important during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has many hospitals overloaded. The program has been so successful in the U.S. that its’ been expanded into Asia, Australia and Europe.