- Buying electric vehicles to reduce transportation costs and emissions
- Installing solar panels to reduce electricity bills
- Upgrading to geothermal heat systems to reduce reliance on fossil fuels
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Danny is a senior manager in the assurance practice and a health care senior analyst for RSM US LLP. As a member of the Industry Eminence program, Danny works alongside the firm’s chief economist and his fellow senior analysts to understand, forecast and communicate economic, business and technology trends affecting middle market businesses. He has over 11 years of experience bringing value to organizations in the health care ecosystem. His experience in serving clients ranges from private equity-backed health care facilities and health tech companies to managed care organizations and nonprofit and government-run health care systems.
Michael Haas is a technology management consulting manager in RSM US LLP’s health care industry practice. In 2022, he was selected for the firm’s Industry Eminence Program as a senior analyst covering the health care industry, working alongside the firm’s chief economist and other program participants to analyze the trends and themes affecting the nonprofit and education industry and shaping middle market businesses. Michael is based out of RSM’s New York City office.