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, in association with Deloitte, is proud to present the FT U.S. Healthcare & Life Sciences Conference, May 6, 2015 in New York. Explore Deloitte's latest insights on key industry issues to be discussed at the conference.
The Financial Times U.S. Healthcare & Life Sciences Conference
Deloitte is proud to once again be the lead sponsor of the Financial Times U.S. Healthcare and Life Sciences Conference (follow #FTUSHC on Twitter), one of America's pre-eminent industry events attended by leading executives, government decision makers, investors, analysts and other specialist providers. Join senior life sciences and health care executives to debate, discuss, and respond to today's critical industry issues and to look at the impact of reform on the industry.
- Pete Mooney, DTTL Life Sciences and Health Care Industry Leader - Growth and Transformation Strategies at the Intersection of Change: M&A and Beyond panel, 11:50am
- Jennifer Malatesta, Deloitte U.S. Life Sciences Advisory Leader - The Potential and Perils of Digital Health and Cyber Security panel, 3:00pm
Use DELSM when registering to receive a 25% discount off the current registration rate. Learn more at www.ft-live.com/ushc2015.
May 6, 2015
The Metropolitan Club
New York, NY
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