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|Dr. Thomas Q. Morris, Chairman of the NYAM Board of Trustees; Elisabeth DeMarse, President and CEO of TheStreet, Inc.; and Dr. Jo Ivey Boufford, NYAM President|
On September 24, 2013, NYAM invited members of its President’s Society to a special cocktail reception at the Royalton New York. The President’s Society was established to recognize the generous supporters who contribute $1,000 or more annually to NYAM.
Guests were treated to a talk by and conversation with Elisabeth DeMarse, President and Chief Executive Officer of TheStreet, Inc. Ms. DeMarse is a financial services industry expert with extensive U.S. and international business experience in financial information and technology. Her 20-year employment history includes positions as CEO, President and Executive Vice President with such prestigious entities as Bloomberg L.P., Hoover's, Inc., and Citibank.
In her talk, Ms. Demarse discussed recent trends in U.S. health care from a macroeconomic perspective, looking at spending and costs. She detailed and analyzed several different categories of health care spending, concluding with key considerations for the future, and reflected on spending implications from a markets perspective. Her talk ended with a lively Q&A session with the attendees.
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Posted on September 30, 2013
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