Fed up with for-profit healthcare?
Join our #MedStoryMonday campaign featuring stories (examples below) from health workers and students in support of the NY Health Act & Medicare for All!
Our stories play a significant role in shaping public perceptions and attitudes towards single-payer universal healthcare and healthcare workers are in a unique position to speak out about systemic injustice and to advocate for our patients. Help uplift the stories of the suffering endured, care denials and barriers, and resources wasted in the current U.S. healthcare system that treats care as a commodity rather than as a human right.
Physicians, nurses, midwives, dentists, residents, public health workers and students, medical students, doulas, home care workers: we want to hear from you!
CLICK HERE to share your story today to be featured in a #MedStoryMonday quotegraphic!
Share this page or this link www.bit.ly/MedStoryMonday with your colleagues so we can amplify more perspectives and experiences.
Not a healthcare worker? We need to hear from you too! Please head over to www.nyhcampaign.org/story to share your story!
Contributing your #MedStoryMonday story is easy;
- Provide the basic info requested here including a short 2-4 sentence / 75 word quote describing one of your frustrations or experiences with our current healthcare system and your reasons for supporting and working to pass single-payer.
TIP: Be specific! People identify more deeply with details than generalizations.
TIP: Your story can be from provider POV, relating a patient's experience, or a personal experience you or your loved ones have had with insurance companies or seeking care within the current inequitable, discriminatory system.
- Select a photo of yourself to share.
- We'll reach out to get your photo after you submit the form and will review the final graphic with you!
Tell us: How will universal single-payer healthcare change your life and the lives of your patients?!
View some of our past #MedStoryMonday graphics below!
Click here to share YOUR #MedStoryMonday healthcare story TODAY!