Your white paper, your poll or your clinical study is finally finished. You’re ready to share your results with the world. But how?
Maybe your organization just conducted a national survey, a literature review or a claims analysis project. You’re eager to share your new data. But before you do, consider a few cold realities.
Erin Fedorchak once roamed Singapore shopping malls handing out free ice cream to incentivize “likes” on a business’ Facebook page.
When passionate people come together to launch a nonprofit, enthusiasm for the cause can take the organization a long way toward realizing its mission.
We have all attended a meeting where the major stakeholders are in the same room. Participants share meals and battle stories. But when it’s all said and done, some people leave asking: What was the point?
With billions of users across the world, social media can be an easy place for your organization to get lost in the noise. At the same time, it’s also a critical platform for building your message.
Long before women in the United States could vote, own property or have a bank account, they could champion a cause.
What fuels Jasmine Patel’s passion for advocacy and health policy? “The ability to educate and change,” she says.
A year into COVID-19 travel restrictions, just about every medical society has canceled at least one in-person event. But the inability to meet in person shouldn’t be an excuse for abandoning member engagement altogether.
Political candidates succeed when they organize, energize and mobilize their coalitions. The same holds true for issue campaigns.
A new administration in the White House means a new set of priorities for Congress. And despite partisan polarization, growing consensus suggests that one of those priorities will be a dramatic federal investment in modernizing infrastructure.
Health care will continue to be a top policy issue for the next four years. That much was certain even before ballots for the 2020 presidential election had been tallied.