Dallas Supporter and Friend Lunch

Jun 02, 2014
11:30am1:30pm

For at least half a century, our laws, regulations, and institutions have slowly closed the frontier of American health care—stifling the sort of innovation that saves lives and cuts costs. The meltdown of the Affordable Care Act affords us a new opportunity to reinvigorate health care markets.

Please join us for a lunch on Monday, June 2, with Mercatus senior research fellow Robert Graboyes. Dr. Graboyes specializes in healthcare economics and will discuss the fiscal realities of the Affordable Care Act. He’ll also address the ultimate goal of health care reform—an ideal health care system that provides better health to more people at lower cost on a continuous basis.

This is not a fundraising event, and there is no charge to join us. We are pleased to have you as our guest to show our thanks and appreciation to our donors. Dress is business casual. Please invite friends or associates who might be interested.

Questions? Contact Caitlyn Van Orden at cvanorden@mercatus.gmu.edu or (703) 993-4925.

For at least half a century, our laws, regulations, and institutions have slowly closed the frontier of American 
health care—stifling the sort of innovation that saves lives and cuts costs. The meltdown of the Affordable Care 
Act affords us a new opportunity to reinvigorate health care markets. 
Please join us for a lunch on Monday, 
June 2, with Mercatus senior research fellow 
Robert Graboyes. Dr. Graboyes specializes 
in healthcare economics and will discuss the 
fiscal realities of the Affordable Care Act. 
He’ll also address the ultimate goal of health 
care reform—an ideal health care system that 
provides better health to more people at lower 
cost on a continuous basis. 
This is not a fundraising event, and there is no 
charge to join us. We are pleased to have you as 
our guest to show our thanks and appreciation 
to our donors. Dress is business casual. Please 
invite friends or associates who might be 
interestedFor at least half a century, our laws, regulations, and institutions have slowly closed the frontier of American health care—stifling the sort of innovation that saves lives and cuts costs. The meltdown of the Affordable Care Act affords us a new opportunity to reinvigorate health care markets