B.A. Italian Language & Literature, Minor in Chemistry and Pre-Medical Studies, New York University 2007-2011
M.A. Bioethics, New York University 2014
Candidate for MPH, Health Management Program, Yale University School of Public Health, 2016
Areas of Research/Interest:
Health policy, healthcare administration, the role of technology in healthcare, rationing of healthcare, and the physician-patient relationship.
Raymond was born and raised in New York, living on Long Island most of his life. After obtaining his B.A. in Italian Language & Literature at New York University, he decided to pursue an M.A. in Bioethics to obtain a better understanding on ethics in healthcare and the role they play in decision making by healthcare providers. He hopes to use this knowledge to augment his future career as a Hospital Administrator, publish work in the field of ethics, and plans to become involved with the ethical board of the hospital he will work in. In addition to ethics and medicine, Raymond has an interest in technology, travel, politics, and football.
Pichardo, R. “Electronic Medical Records – Beneficence and Justice.” Rutgers Journal of Bioethics 5 (2014): 54-58.