The path to a more equitable future — How tech + data can give Americans longer, healthier lives

Wednesday, February 7th, 2024 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT 

Americans spend just 85% of their living years with good health. However, all Americans could live up to 95% of their lives in good health and live to be nearly 90 years old, according to a recent analysis by Deloitte. Employers are uniquely positioned to help achieve this vision through workforce initiatives designed to provide access to health beyond providing access to health insurance. 

Join leaders in a discussion about emphasizing wellness, prevention, and early detection, and moving away from a treatment-focused healthcare model to one centered on promoting good health. Panelists will discuss:
  • How data, technology and available science can advance health equity
  • How technology and data can support effective care coordination
  • The role of technology in cultivating patient trust



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Dr. Alisahah Jackson

President, Lloyd Dean Institute for Human Kindness at CommonSpirit Health

Steven Driver

Dr. Steven Driver

Medical Director for Digital Health Strategy, Advocate Health


Dr. Anahita Dua

Associate Professor of Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital – Harvard Medical School

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Dr. Jay Bhatt

Managing Director at Deloitte

Deana Kraft

Deana Kraft

VP Healthcare & Life Sciences at Salesforce



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