How do I sign up to host a Health Care Community Discussion?
You can sign up at: http://change.gov/hcdiscussion.
When will the Health Care Community Discussions take place?
They will take place from December 15, 2008 through December 31, 2008.
How do I sign up to attend a Health Care Community Discussion?
There is no signup process on Change.gov to attend an event — just to host one. We'll provide hosts with a special moderator guide, including everything necessary to get the conversation going. But it's up to the discussion leader to invite friends and members of the community. Health care reform will come from the grassroots, and we're counting on you to take the lead in your communities.
How do I receive my Moderator Guide and Participant Guide?
Once you sign up, you will receive an e-mail shortly afterwards with a link to download your Moderator Guide and your Participant Guide.
What if I signed up but never received an e-mail with my Moderator Guide and Participant Guide?
Sometimes the e-mail from Change.gov with links to the Guides went into spam folders.
You can download the Guides here:
This includes all the information you need to host a Health Care Community Discussion.
How do I tell you about my Health Care Community Discussion?
The reporting website is at: http://change.gov/page/s/hcdiscussreport
Here, you can submit your Group Submission and Survey Responses and upload your photos and videos.
Can I hold my Health Care Community Discussion after December 31, 2008?
We are trying to schedule all of the Health Care Community Discussions between December 15 and December 31 to allow time for the Health Policy Transition Team to prepare a report for the President-elect. The feedback page will be live through the first weeks of January, so you can still submit information about your Health Care Community Discussion until then.
How do I find out if Senator Daschle is attending my event?
We will contact you if your Senator Daschle is going to attend your Health Care Community Discussion.
The Transition Directory was developed to introduce members of the Transition and the incoming Administration to the Federal government resources available to them.