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Research shows that factors outside the health care system affect a majority of health outcomes. As a result, health care that has historically taken place within the system is now moving back into the community. Participants will examine how social issues affect health outcomes and review strategies that can help prepare for a transforming health care ecosystem.
When implemented strategically, digital identity can be a key enabler of digital transformation and enhanced citizen experience. It’s also a necessary element of managing risks. Participants will discover how to strategically align digital identity with their organization’s digital transformation and explore ways to better drive innovation, help manage potential risks, and deliver a stronger user experience.
Public and private organizations are increasingly committing to source more of the energy they use from cleaner resources, with some targeting up to 100 percent renewable energy. What do their journeys look like so far? Participants will examine goals and strategies of US private- and public-sector organizations as they plan for a cleaner energy mix and identify important challenges and success factors affecting their journeys.
What can retailers expect of the 2019 holiday shopping season? How can companies enhance their retail strategies and gear up for growth this year? Participants will explore the results of Deloitte's 34th annual holiday survey and identify insights on consumer preferences and shopping trends that can help them succeed in this season's competitive landscape.
Over the next 20 years, the US health care system is expected to transition from today's collection of disconnected components to a dramatically different environment driven by radically interoperable data and open, secure platforms. So how do we get from here to there? Participants will explore strategies to lean into this interoperable future and plan for a transforming industry.
The new government lease accounting standards are here, becoming effective for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2019, for state and local governments and after September 30, 2020, for the federal government. Preparation is key, so what are critical elements in your path to compliance? Participants will discover how to address barriers to adoption upfront, develop a holistic strategy for evaluating lease portfolios, and explore ways to foster agency and institutional involvement.