With concern about the cost and accessibility of health care growing across the country, health care advocates are conducting a national online effort this week and next to gather the public’s input.
“We have to include the public in addressing these needs, they deal with this on a daily basis,” said Roy Mitchell, director, Mississippi Health Advocacy Program.
MHAP has partnered with the Children’s Defense Fund and the Mississippi Economic Policy Center to conduct a series of interactive community discussions on health care in Mississippi.The dialogues will be held in Gulfport, Greenville, Hattiesburg, Meridian, and Tupelo.
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