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Dodge O. Dorland Appointed to NYAM Board of Trustees

Dodge O. Dorland, CMT, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Landor & Fuest Capital Managers, LLC, has been appointed to the NYAM Board of Trustees. His appointment will become effective on January 1, 2013 and runs until December 31, 2016. Mr. Dorland brings a wealth of knowledge in the world of finance and served numerous posts with the nation’s leading Fortune 500 companies.

“It is both an honor and a privilege to serve as a Trustee of The New York Academy of Medicine, in part because of the profound respect I have for their work and their commitment to addressing some of the most pressing urban health issues of our time,” Mr. Dorland said. “As a person involved in finance, wealth management, and public service for many years, I fully understand the importance of sustaining vibrant and successful economic health. I also believe the health of our people and our communities must continue to be our greatest priority if we are to succeed as a city and a nation. Closer coordination between both efforts can be an important element for achieving greater success.”

“We are delighted to welcome Dodge Dorland to the NYAM Board,” said Dr. Jo Ivey Boufford, NYAM President. “Dodge’s considerable expertise in the world of finance and his enthusiasm for NYAM’s mission and programs will be critical to the leadership he will bring to NYAM in the years to come.”

Mr. Dorland began his career with Manufacturers Hanover Trust where he was in commercial lending and Trust and Wealth Management. Following Manufacturers Hanover, he was a merchant banker at Bank of Montreal and an investment banker for Lehman Brothers. Mr. Dorland has covered world markets and provided market commentary for the U.S. (CNBC, Fox Broadcasting, Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg), Europe (CNBC), Asia (BFM Business Station, CNBC Singapore and Australia) and India (New Delhi Television and The Economic Times). 

He has served on the Board of The New York Society of Security Analysts (including President for 2002–2006), The Market Technicians Association (including President for 1999–2000), and the Fordham School of Business Administration Finance Advisory Board (2007–2009). He holds a BA in Political Science from Colgate University and an MBA in Corporate Finance from New York University Graduate School of Business.

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The 2013 Duncan Clark Lecture - The Affordable Care Act on the Verge of Final Success ... and a Nervous Breakdown

The 2013 Duncan Clark Lecture - The Affordable Care Act on the Verge of Final Success ... and a Nervous Breakdown

Featured Speaker: John E. McDonough, DPH, MPA, Professor of the Practice of Public Health and Director of the Center for Public Health Leadership 
Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health

December 9, 2013 - On December 2, 2013 NYAM welcomed Dr. John E. McDonough, one of the leading experts on health care reform in the United States, to deliver the 2013 Duncan Clark Lecture at NYAM on “The Affordable Care Act on the Verge of Final Success ... and a Nervous Breakdown.”
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NYAM Report - Federal Health Care Reform in New York State: A Population Health Perspective

The New York Academy of Medicine with support from the New York State Heath Foundation released a new report, Federal Health Care Reform in New York State: A Population Health Perspective.

This report identifies opportunities that build on both the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act (ACA) and New York’s ongoing efforts toward improving the health of its 19 million residents.

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