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A study from a clinical research centre at Dartmouth College

September 7th, 2005

"A study from a clinical research centre at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire...

According to David Bates

September 7th, 2005

In a 2004 poll, only 6 out of 10 Americans

September 7th, 2005

"In a 2004 poll, only 6 out of 10 Americans said that our healthcare system was meeting their needs and the needs of their families." - Donald W. Seymour, Futurescan 2005

Unlike the application of technology in other fields

September 7th, 2005

"Unlike the application of technology in other fields, changes in healthcare technology have increased the cost of care by allowing us to do more for more people." - Donald W. Seymour, Futurescan 2005

Even small healthcare institutions

September 7th, 2005

Good quality healthcare

September 7th, 2005

"Good quality healthcare -- coordinated, technologically advanced, and personalized -- costs less than poor quality care.

It is very likely that the care of disorders

September 7th, 2005

"It is very likely that the care of disorders thatprimarily involve one system in the body...will migrate to focusedinstitutions whose scope enables them to provide better care with lesscomplexity-driven overhead."

Frank Fabozzi’s Financial Modeling Named a Top Book of 2005

September 7th, 2005

Frank Fabozzi’s book The Mathematics of Financial Modeling & Investment Management co-authored with Sergio M. Focardi was named on the of the Top Three new books for 2005 by Financial Engineering News.

Geert Rouwenhorst’s Research Finds Negative Correlation Between Money Market and Equity Fund Flows

September 7th, 2005

Geert Rouwenhorst’s research was cited in a New York Times column on climbing interest rates and the benefit to money market and short-term CD returns.

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld on Corporate Accountability in Katrina Aftermath

September 7th, 2005

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld was a guest on CNBC (9/2). He discussed accountability in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina and the corporate responses to date. In the Washington Post, he commented on the value of fired CEOs.

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