Health Council wants public feedback

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  • Tawanna Wedderburn (File photograph)

    Tawanna Wedderburn (File photograph)


The island’s health watchdog has launched a feedback survey that gives the public the opportunity to weigh in on its future.

The survey will also help the Bermuda Health Council prioritise the problems facing health in Bermuda, determine its future direction and identify policy opportunities to improve health outcomes.

Tawanna Wedderburn, the council’s chief executive, said: “The Health Council works hard to ensure the voice of the people is represented in healthcare.

“As we continue to monitor the high costs of health insurance and quality health services, it is crucial to collect valuable feedback about our mission and vision, for the future.

“To do this, we have created an easy to complete survey. We will release survey results to the public and use the information to guide our strategic direction over the next few years.”

Everyone in Bermuda is asked to participate. The survey takes less than five minutes to complete and can be found at www.bhec.bm/about-us/.

You must be registered or signed-in to post comment or to vote.

Published Jun 28, 2018 at 9:55 am (Updated Jun 28, 2018 at 9:55 am)

Health Council wants public feedback

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