Chance to earn $50 for Telehealth Survey



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Will you help the Washington State Department of Health by filling out a 10-15 minute survey about access to services/health care for your child and your opinions of telehealth (also called telemedicine)? DOH would like your opinion of telehealth whether or not you have used it in the past.
 
Your personal information will not be released to any third parties, and any information you share will not affect any of the benefits you currently receive.
 
In the survey, tell DOH if you are interested in doing a 20 minute follow up phone call in early-to-mid September. If you are selected for the call, you will be asked additional questions about your opinion of telehealth and will be paid $50!
 
 
 
Thank you! Your responses will help DOH improve access to high-quality services for children with special health care needs.
If you need help filling out the survey, email Amy Edmonds or call 916-479-2513.

 



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Updated on Aug/22/2017


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