The purpose of the HEALTH CONSUMER survey is to gain insight into your perspectives on the kinds of health information tools and services you would like to be available to help you be more knowledgeable, proactive, and engaged in your and/or your loved one’s health and well-being.
The results of this survey will help to prioritize the reasons people seek information and help to determine which areas to address first. Which reasons are most important to you? The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. It consists of eight (8) questions; four about you and four about the reasons you seek health and wellness-related information. At the end of the survey, you will have an opportunity to request additional information and/or a copy of the survey results.
The survey will remain open until 11:00pm MDT on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.
Congratulations and many thanks to the Commissioners listed below. Your leadership and support is much appreciated in supporting health reform through leveraging and aligning health information technology, health information exchange, and data sharing.
- Michele Lueck of Englewood, Colorado, to serve as a representative of expertise in healthcare policy, reappointed;
- Jason Greer of Boulder, Colorado, to serve as a member with expertise health care quality measures, reappointed;
- Tania E. Zeigler of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a representative of expertise in digital health, reappointed;
- Michelle Mills of Parker, Colorado, to serve as a representative of primary healthcare providers, reappointed;
- Chris Underwood of Evergreen, Colorado, to serve as a representative from HCPF, reappointed.
The new quarterly newsletter covers information regarding OeHI's Roadmap Initiatives and much more. To learn more about OeHI's efforts and receive our quarterly newsletter, please click here.
Looking for a way to distribute information about the Roadmap through your networks? OeHI has developed a one-page, downloadable flyer describing the Roadmap and its initiatives.