Diabetes Group Launches Campaign Over High Insulin Prices

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According to a Journal of the American Medical Association analysis highlighted by The Washington Post , insulin spending spiked by 218 percent between 2002 and 2013, while non-insulin therapies dropped by 15 percent over the same period. “[I]nsulin

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CPA Group’s Recognition Program Introduces Students to Accounting

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The relationship between the two groups that began in 2002 evolved into a partnership three years ago through discussions to increase student engagement, which resulted in this recognition program. “We’d

Pop-Up Events: The Next Trend for Associations?

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One company that’s found success is Target, which started hosting them back in 2002. Think pop-up events and shops are only for big brands? Think again. Your association could benefit from these buzzy, short-term events as well. By now, you’ve probably heard the term “pop-up.”

New Style Guide Helps Journalists Cover Diversity Topics More Accurately

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While CIIJ released a diversity guide in the 1990s that covered ethnicity and disability, it had not been updated since 2002.

What Blocks your Capacity to Innovate and What You Can do About it

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In 2002 an HBR article asked this question: “How do you get your people to think creatively—to challenge the status quo—while still keeping your everyday operations running smoothly?”

State Government Groups Release Recommendations for IT Procurement

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A roundtable held in 2016, where NASCIO introduced and NASPO endorsed the recommendations, was the first time state CIOs and CPOs actually met on a single issue.

Oscars Foul-Up: Lessons From Notable Event Embarrassments

Associations Now

In the days before she became a 2016 presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton had been making the rounds at a variety of association events as a keynote speaker.