How to Forum II: Cut Through the Intensity

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Healthcare and health policy are intense, and our goal at the MHF Forum is to help you cut through the intensity to the information you want.

Forum topics have exploded since my first How to Forum article. There are over 600 posts on topics that impact our healthcare. How can anyone keep up?

FAQs cut through the intensity

Today I answer five frequently asked questions to help Forum members find the healthcare freedom they want to defend.

  1.  Where do I find Michigan’s health-related bills and regulation changes?
    The main Forum sections may take you right where you want to go.
    But if not, members have attached 5 topic tags to every post to make them searchable.
    Just click the magnifying glass in the forum’s upper right corner to enter your topic in the search line.
  2. I just want to see the latest!
    Click the “Recent Posts” tab, as shown in this screenshot.
    You’ll get posts from the entire Forum, with the newest first.
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  3. How can I be sure I didn’t miss anything??
    Click on the drop-down box (right lower corner of the screenshot) that says “Recent Posts.” Choose “Unread Posts” to see only posts that you missed.
  4. I want to know more about a topic.
    Start here to become a member and get notifications on your topic. We’d like to know more, too. Please share your thoughts, concerns, and other information on the topic.
  5. How can I find the MOST IMPORTANT action to do?
    Healthcare freedom cannot survive without active, informed citizens!
    Starting today, you’ll find important action items in Section 1, “Rules, Resources, & Announcements.”
    Action items are flagged with a raised hand 🖐️ in the subject line. The deadline to act is noted in each post, along with other information you need for effective action.
    Check out the Announcements right away – two important action items are ready to go!
Did this help cut through the intensity?
If you have other questions, please drop them in the comments. I look forward to answering them!