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April 27, 2016

At 5:45 a.m. on April 8, the sky is still dark and much of New Haven is still asleep. I meet a small group of Yale students in Evans Hall, joining a catering staff already preparing for the day. Even with the knowledge that our dedicated logistics team has every detail mapped out and ready to execute, I can’t help but to check that all of our sponsor materials are still intact from their placement the previous night. Northwell Health, Cigna, Medtronic, and Emergent Biosolutions are among the 20-plus sponsors of the conference, partnerships forged by our sponsorship team.

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March 24, 2014

Graduates of Yale SOM and the Yale School of Public Health in the healthcare industry discussed the physician’s role in the rapidly evolving healthcare sector at an alumni event on March 19.

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November 14, 2013

There’s always a lot of debate about the value of an MBA. Last spring, after a lot of discussion with my family, the program administrators, and former students, I made a leap of faith decision and enrolled in the executive program at Yale. For years I had toyed, on and off, with the idea of doing an MBA. At one point a few years ago I applied to a few full time MBA programs, including Yale’s, but I never made the jump.

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