by Megan Dapp
There are many challenges in the changing health care landscape, and hospitals and health systems need to embrace them as opportunities.Read More
Despite language, gender and cultural differences, it is clear we all want the same things — a responsive democracy that affords opportunities to all.Read More
by Rhett Hintze
A few years ago during a meeting with our friends at the web design firm Andculture, I noticed they described a communication pattern as “high frequency, low fidelity”...Read More
It is noticeably harder today to garner earned media coverage. There are more time constraints placed on reporters trying to do their jobs. Years and years of budget cuts at newspapers and TV stations have resulted in smaller and smaller news staffs.Read More
Recently the Pennsylvania House Majority Policy Committee and House Minority Policy Committee hosted a bipartisan hearing in Philadelphia to discuss the state of the life sciences industry, establishing policies and looking at ways of increasing the state’s competitiveness in the field.
Each year, June in the state Capitol is a time for negotiations between the majority and minority parties, along with the governor. They discuss where to spend money, where to cut and what to tax — if anything. The rest of the summer often is the time when people are looking at the spending plan that passed and keeping score. Who won and who lost?