What I Hope Wasn’t Lost on Oscar Night

Glamour, glitz, great people watching and learning a little bit about all of the movies I wish I had seen over the past year. That’s what I look forward to on Oscar night. And Sunday night was no disappointment. But I was struck by something while listening to the acceptance speeches for Best Actress and Best Actor that should not be lost on us all. The Oscars shined a light on disease and the power of individual patient stories. 

When You Go To Iceland, Don’t Rent a Moped: Lessons for the Patient Advocacy Community

The same principles I applied to prepare for my vacation apply to organizations seeking to advance priorities and to make an impact. At HCM, we have helped organizations understand their landscape, recognize gaps that present opportunities for engagement, and determine the most effective tools and strategies to employ to advance their goals.

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