Government Healthcare Forum Launches Online For Consumers

New website allows consumers to discuss national and local healthcare reform proposals. Virtual town hall meetings encourage sharing of thoughts and stories regarding government healthcare reform proposals and programs.

Online PR News – 25-August-2009 – – A new healthcare reform website dedicated to helping consumers make sense of government healthcare initiatives has been launched by the Pasch Consulting Group. The website is designed to allow consumers to discuss national and local healthcare issues by way of virtual town hall style meetings.

The Pasch Consulting Group created so that consumers can have a voice to discuss national healthcare proposals and how they would affect their lives. The non-government website will seek to clarify the plethora of information being broadcasted around the country on current and new healthcare initiatives.

Brian Pasch, CEO of the Pasch Consulting Group is encouraging all consumers to share their thoughts and concerns about the proposed government healthcare initiatives. According to Pasch, "It is so important for Americans to send a message to Congress and share their concerns and ideas on how to reform our national healthcare system. Consumers normally don't have an open opportunity to have their voice heard nationally and this website provides that venue."

According to Pasch, the website will provide an unbiased collection of public information and attempt to identify misinformation floating in cyberspace about specific healthcare reform ideas. Consumers can join the discussion on the latest government proposals and voice their opinion.

Some of the current town hall discussions include:

• What Are Your Biggest Fears About Healthcare Reform?
• How To Pay For Obama’s Healthcare Plan?
• What is on your healthcare reform short-list?

Consumers who would like to share their story and hear what others have to say can visit

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