The goal of the survey is to improve the health of all Marylanders.
Frederick, Md. (BW)- The Maryland Department of Health has launched a survey to gain public input as part of the state’s ‘Building a Healthier Maryland’ initiative.
The survey is designed to hear from all adult residents in the state. It seeks to identify and address the public’s top health concerns.
The questions in the survey ask about things like access to health care, chronic disease, crime and community.
The survey is expected to last between five and 10 minutes and can be taken at any time.
It closes on January 4, 2024. Results of the survey are expected to reviewed and released in February or March of 2024.