On January 16, the Alberta government announced that they would be hosting 40 in-person engagement sessions, hoping to have conversations with Albertans about the future of our healthcare system.
On top of those in-person engagement sessions, the government recently announced that they have released digital tools that will help Albertans provide feedback from wherever they are.
According to a media release from January 23, "In addition to in-person opportunities, Alberta Health has now released digital tools that will address the same topics as the in-person engagement sessions happening across the province. This will give front-line health care workers, patients, families and caregivers the ability to provide their input when and where they want."
The media release goes on to explain that providing opportunities to engage with all Albertans remains a priority while they are refocusing our health care.
"The input from these in-person sessions and online engagement tools will help drive solutions and innovations as Alberta moves towards a new, unified provincial health care system," the media release adds.
To sign up for an in-person engagement session or to provide your input online, follow the instructions on the Refocusing Health Care in Alberta website.