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Health: The New Driver of Business ValueRevenues, profits, and cash flows: These are common concerns for chief financial officers (CFO) conducting business across sectors and geographies. Historically, workforce health has not featured among the top concerns for CFOs and other C-Suite executives, including the chief executive officer (CEO) or chief operating officer (COO). For many companies, this is changing. Workforce health...
Brett Tromp, Chief Financial Officer, Discovery Health | Jun 30, 2016
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Release of Guidelines for Personalized Health Technology: Final ReportDo you know whether your employer can access and analyze data from your wearable device? Will your insurer use your smartwatch data to price your premium? Will your data from your mobile health application be protected and secured from malevolent cybercriminals? These deal-breaking questions may result in a failure to deliver widespread health benefits if...
Gillian Christie | Mar 2, 2016
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