Hospitals in the future 'without' walls
What does this mean for health care delivery systems in the future?
Why Strong ESG Strategies Help Build a Healthier, More Inclusive World
What will the hospital of the future look like? How will it operate? Health care leaders agree that hospitals of the future will be…More digital. More innovative. More efficient. The hospital of the future will be a hospital without walls.
Webinar: Digital Travel Health Credentials
How digital health credentials can accelerate reopening the economy
Join our virtual panel discussion and live Q&A as our panelists share their global perspectives on efforts to accelerate verifiable vaccine and test credentials for citizens in a dynamic and challenging cyber and privacy landscape.
The future of behavioral health
Innovating across sectors to address the global crisis
The pace of change in mental and behavioral health has accelerated in the face of COVID-19 and its accompanying crises. Can health care players seize the opportunity to create business value, improve health, and build stronger, more resilient societies?
COVID-19 as catalyst
The future of work and the workplace in health care
In the health care industry, the pandemic-driven migration of work from the workplace to the home has opened up opportunities for innovation, greater diversity, equity, and inclusion, and a focus on well-being.
Securing trust in the global supply chain of COVID-19 vaccines
Moving from development success to vaccination
COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics, and the associated medical devices and consumables, present an urgent need for a protected supply chain and a system of traceability built around globally identified products.
Rethinking the physician of the future: Embracing new technologies, empathy, and new models of care
Findings from thought leader interviews and Deloitte 2020 survey of US physicians
We envision a future where medicine will be a team sport, with humans and machines working together, and consumers playing an important role. To prepare for this, sector leaders should shift the focus of both training and the definition of physicians’ work.