Jefferson Healthcare looks for input on strategic plan

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Posted 6/11/21

Jefferson Healthcare is hoping to hear from the public as it works to develop its strategic plan for 2022-2025.

The public hospital district will be hosting two virtual community forums in its …

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Jefferson Healthcare looks for input on strategic plan

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Jefferson Healthcare is hoping to hear from the public as it works to develop its strategic plan for 2022-2025.

The public hospital district will be hosting two virtual community forums in its effort to  determine healthcare priorities.

The virtual community forums will also include opportunities for staff to present their draft strategic plan.

The virtual meetings will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 15 and from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 17, via the Microsoft Teams videoconferencing application.

The first portion of the meeting will include a presentation of the draft strategic plan and the remainder of the forum will be open for comment and feedback.

The registration link is at
jeffersonhealthcare.org/event/community-forum-strategic-plan/.

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Juana Bjurnen-Hale

This process is what should be done to resolve the many festering issues with the Fort Worden PDA debacle.

Instead, we get hush-hush committees, hurry-up decision making, and high-priced metaphorical firebugs being recycled to pantomime that they are responsibly putting out the very same bonfires that they started and tended.

The multi-million-dollar PDA crime scene/mess warrants a snout-to-tail autopsy of the serious mistakes made and the time/money forever lost.

Was there a cover-up, and/or dereliction of duty? Is the State complicit? Find out and act accordingly.

Then, onward with an exploration of needs, guided by community-based feedback from many public charrettes, hearings, etc.

Only then, move on to rethinking how the people of the State of Washington can best be served going forward.

Friday, June 11