In this first blog of 2016 I thought we might take a moment to view the overall nonprofit fundraising landscape. I know that your strategic plan and operating plan have already been written, but I thought this might be the perfect opportunity to do your first edit. The best plans are living documents always awaiting amendment.
As 2015 comes to an end, we've taken the time to reflect on the ups, downs and things we've learned along the way. We can only hope that we've helped you have a successful 2015 - and we look forward to serving you in 2016.
The Harvard Business Review recently published the results of a study of 30,000 managers. Over and over again some 300,000 employees cited the same flaws among their bosses. The bad boss, as it turns out, isn't necessarily the tyrant in a business suit yelling, "Do this now or your fired!"
A recent article in the Los Angeles Times discussed some of the barriers that may confront people seeking mental health and substance abuse treatment.
According to a recently released report, boards of directors function in a way that is similar to psychologist Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
What Is Data Privacy?
Patients have legitimate reasons for wanting child welfare, medical and other health related information to be kept private. This information might affect their insurance coverage, employment situation, or may be considered embarrassing in their personal life.
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Five years have passed since the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act passed into law under President Obama’s 2009 stimulus package, and its impacts are being felt across the healthcare sector in the United States.