Dec. 18 - Opioid Twitter Town Hall
New Opioid Rules go into effect Jan. 2019. Do you have questions? Join us for a Twitter town hall to get the answers on Dec. 18, 2018 at noon. Get answers from the comfort of your own computer during lunch!
A Twitter town hall is a live, digital Q&A. You can ask us questions about the opioid bill that passed last year, ESHB 1427, our rule-making process on the prescription and monitoring of opioids and general opioid questions. (Medical advice will not be given.) Simply type your question and add the hashtag #opioidanswers (all one word). We will be following this tag during our event. Or, send us qusetions directly to @WaMedCommission.We will answer you by retweeting your questions with our comments added. This way your question will be available on our Twitter feed for the public to see.
- Who will be answering the questions? The Washington Medical Commission!
- How long does it last? One hour. Don't worry if you don't get your question answered in this time frame. We will be hosting more town halls!
- Can I see other people's questions? Yes! We will reply so that you can see the questions and answers of others. All you have to do is go to the @WaMedCommission Twitter page (instead of your newsfeed) for the duration of the town hall and you will see it all.
- Can I send questions in advance? Yes! You can message us via Twitter and we will put your question on the day-of the event.
If you have any additional questions about how to participate in the Twitter town hall on Dec. 18 at 12:00p.m., please call us at (360) 236-2774.