Embracing change, Fostering growth
2015 FT-Deloitte US Healthcare Conference
The healthcare and life sciences industry is facing a time of both tumultuous change and momentous opportunity. In the U.S., healthcare reform has reached a new level of maturity and is beginning to transform the landscape of the industry for life sciences companies, payers, providers and patients.
The Financial Times U.S. Healthcare & Life Sciences Conference
On May 6, 2015, Deloitte was proud to once again be the lead sponsor of the Financial Times U.S. Healthcare and Life Sciences Conference, one of America's pre-eminent industry events which was attended by almost 200 leading executives, government decision makers, investors, analysts and other specialist providers.
Video recordings from all the sessions at the 2015 conference are now available. Review the recordings to hear the debates around topics such as value-based pricing, cyber security, M&A, aging, and much more. Additionally, Deloitte leaders share their perspectives on topics addressed at this year's conference. View their videos below:
- Pete Mooney, DTTL Life Sciences and Health Care Industry Leader, discusses how life sciences M&A activity is changing, the role of transactions in a company’s strategy, and the types of transactions the sector can expect in the future. WATCH VIDEO
- Ellen Stafford-Sigg, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discusses how information will have the biggest impact on changing the health care ecosystem. WATCH VIDEO
- Homi Kapadia, Deloitte U.S. Life Sciences Sector Leader, discusses the impact value-based care will have on life sciences companies as they bring new products and innovations to market. WATCH VIDEO
- Jennifer Malatesta, Deloitte U.S. Life Sciences Advisory Leader, discusses the opportunity for pharma companies to leverage digital health and the biggest risk they could face in doing so. WATCH VIDEO
Deloitte leaders share perspectives from FT USHC Conference
Leaders from Deloitte's life sciences and health care practice share their perspectives on some of the topics discussed at the 2015 Financial Times U.S. Healthcare and Life Sciences Conference that was held on May 6, 2015.
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Digital health and cyber security
Greg Reh, DTTL Global Life Sceinces leader, and Jennifer Malatesta, Deloitte U.S. Life Sciences Advisory leader, explore how the digital health revolution is impacted by cyber security challenges and concerns.
Patients are understandably anxious, if not downright fearful, about how their personal medical data is handled and shared, yet health care transformation is contingent on earning their trust.
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Recent guidance issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has put the security of medical devices back in the spotlight. Explore what corporate leaders should consider.
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