Simon Event in New York City: The Challenges of Health Care Reform

Many people are surprised to learn that Simon has a M.B.A. concentration in health sciences management.  The fact is, we are one of only 4 top business schools in the U.S. to have such a concentration with dedicated faculty and resources.  To this end, the Simon School is pleased to host an upcoming panel event in New York City and I will be in attendance to meet you and answer any admissions or Simon-related questions that you may have.  Details are below.  If you would like to attend the panel, please RSVP to Julie Sadwick in the Simon School Admissions Office at on or before Tuesday, February 9, 2010.  I hope to see you there!

“The Challenges of Health Care Reform”
Thursday, February 11, 2010

6:00 p.m. Registration and light refreshments
6:30 p.m. Panel discussion and networking reception

University Club of New York
One West 54th Street
New York, NY  10019

The overhaul of the U.S. health care system has prompted a heated national debate and many questions remain unanswered.  Are all U.S. citizens entitled to health care coverage?  If so, who will pay for it and how?  If not, who should have health insurance?  How will proposed regulatory changes impact our medical institutions?

Join University of Rochester alumni, parents, and friends at the University Club in Manhattan, as we propose answers to some of these questions. The evening will feature a panel discussion moderated by Simon School Dean Mark Zupan.

Distinguished panelists include:

  • Bernard Ferrari ’70, ’74M (MD), chairman, Ferrari Consultancy, former director and partner, McKinsey & Company
  • Steven I. Goldstein, president and chief executive officer, Strong Memorial and Highland Hospitals
  • John Mosley ’71S (MBA), senior vice president of strategy and business development, Spectrum Health
  • Gerard J. Wedigassociate professor of business administration, Simon Graduate School of Business

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