How’s your health today?
Feeling pretty good? Got an end of season cold? A bit of malaise?
Health: it’s one of those things we take for granted until we don’t have it.
It’s kind of the same way with health care: in this country, many of us take it for granted until we or others we know don’t have access to it. For way too many Americans, health care isn’t a right and barely a privilege. I could go on, but you probably know or have experienced the facts of this situation.
If this is one of the topics that gets you going, here’s a place for you to speak out and make a difference: a virtual town hall on health care is taking place this evening, 7:00- 9:00 pm eastern, including 22 onsite sessions around the country and a simultaneous webcast.
Sponsored by the Citizens’ Health Care Working Group, "What is your health worth? A national conversation on health care" is collecting feedback for national policy makers on the U.S. health care system: what works, what doesn’t and what hard choices need to be made to make it work for everyone. You can participate virtually here, click here to find your local venue, or go here leave a comment on their blog.