Essential HIPAA Rules Changing Fundraising Practices

My colleague Mark Marshall just posted some useful guidance on the new HIPAA provisions. Check it out here: Essential HIPAA Rules Changing Fundraising Practices. One of my recent posts provides some of the operations basics for you to consider. For those on the fundraising operations side of house, there are some great improvements here in terms […]

Free Webinar Recording on CRM 2.0 for the Fundraising Space

What do you know about CRM 2.0? Want to learn a little more? Join me and Katrina Klaproth for a free recording of our webinar on this interesting topic. Here is the information: Subject: BWF Webinar Series: Is Your Organization Ready for CRM 2.0? Recording URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/gc_pro_namewreg_bwf/view Recording ID: BWFCRM Attendee Key: advancement And, let […]

How the Fiscal Cliff Deal Affects Nonprofits

How the Fiscal Cliff Deal Affects Nonprofits

On January 1, 2013, in an effort to avoid the impending fiscal cliff, Congress passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (H.R. 8). Although discussions regarding tax policy and spending cuts will continue throughout the new year, the changes in H.R. 8 have...

Are you using Infographics as reporting tools? You should be.

During National Business Intelligence (BI) Month, a number of top-notch infographics have caught my eye. These handy visuals are really reports, depicting data and details germane to a topic. But, they are also much more. They provide guidance about how to use the data. They tell a story. They provide business process guidance. In short, […]

Get your grateful patient process going

It’s 2013…a lot transpired in recent months that may affect healthcare fundraising. New and different taxes. New and different healthcare provisions. New and (potentially) different court rulings. But, one this hasn’t changed: your organization must get serious about installing and leveraging an effective grateful patient program. Great grateful patient and family programs have interrelated components–physicians […]