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  • Die HR-Umfrage von Deloitte – Ausgabe 3, 2013
    Die vorliegende Analyse der 3. Deloitte HR-Umfrage zeigt auf, wie Organisationen in der Öffentlichen Verwaltung und Spitäler in der Schweiz das Thema Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) adressieren.
  • Impact of European Austerity on Pharmaceutical policy and pricing
    A UK Deloitte Centre for Health solutions report that looks to understand the current European pharmaceutical market, the mechanisms for reducing pharmaceutical spending, the future of the pharmaceutical landscape, and the actions the pharmaceutical industry needs to take to survive current austerity.
  • 2011 Survey of Health Care Consumers in Switzerland
    This 2011 Survey of Health Care offers industry leaders and policy makers a look at the changing behaviors, attitudes, and unmet needs of health care consumers in Switzerland and provides an opportunity to compare and contrast this country's system with others.
  • Towards a Global Charter for Health Data
    Explore the findings of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and Deloitte research on the viability of developing a global health data charter.
  • A Practical Approach to “GREEN” for Health Care
    The current political, social, and business climate has made formal corporate sustainability – or “green” – programs, a high visibility issue for many health care systems. Learn practical steps that your health care organization can consider as they “go green.”
  • Innovation in emerging markets
    Emerging markets present much promise for innovative solutions to global health needs. Learn about leading indicators of health care innovation in these regions.
  • Global Health Care Consumer Survey
    Learn more about the similarities and intriguing differences in health care behaviors and attitudes among consumers in the U.S., U.K, Canada, France, Germany and Switzerland.
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