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  1. Where do you go for a health problem you can’t solve on your own (family doctor, ER, urgent care, school clinic etc.)? Why do you go there?
  2. Do you have a regular doctor you go to for check-ups or when you feel sick? If you don’t have a regular doctor, why not?
  3. Do you think it’s important to have a regular doctor you go to for check-ups or when you feel sick? Why or why not?
  4. How could your doctor’s office make your visits easier?
  5. Have you had a bad experience with a doctor or clinic visit? What happened?

Date: 9/14/2018

  1. How important is dental health to you? Why?
  2. Since middle school, have you had any cavities? Tell us about it!
  3. What do you do to take care of your teeth?
  4. How often do you go to the dentist? What for?
  5. How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected your dental health?

Date: 5/14/2021

Intro: This week we want to talk about what healthcare providers can/cannot tell others about your health or healthcare (“confidentiality”). Text next to continue.

  1. Has any healthcare provider ever talked to you about confidentiality? What did they say?
  2. What do you think should be confidential about your healthcare? Why?
  3. Have you ever had a concern about confidentiality with your healthcare? Tell us about it!
  4. Does concern about confidentiality affect what you say or do when you are seeking healthcare? How?

Dates: 7/12/2017 – 12/30/2017

  1. Today we want to learn about how you use the healthcare system. When was your last doctor’s appointment?
  2. Who schedules your doctor’s appointments? Why?
  3. Who usually goes with you to your doctor’s appointments? Why?
  4. Who usually picks up your prescription medicine? Why?
  5. Do you wish that you were more or less involved in your healthcare? How?

Dates: 10/4/2017 – 3/24/2018

  1. How would you define “good healthcare” for people your age?
  2. If you were rating your doctor, what factors would you consider?
  3. Whose opinion should matter most in rating how well your doctor cares for you: yours, parents, insurance companies, others? Why?
  4. What would be the best 2 ways to collect your opinion on your doctor? (in-person, phone, text, email, online, paper survey, etc.)
  5. Doctors are sometimes paid based on the quality of care they provide. Did you know that?

Date: 8/30/2019

  1. I pay. You pay. What the heck is a copay? When it comes to health insurance, what do you know about copays?
  2. There are also these things called health insurance deductibles. Tell us what you know about them!
  3. Have you heard of health insurance premiums? What are they?
  4. A few more quick questions. Do you have health insurance? What kind?
  5. If you have insurance, how do you find out what your health insurance covers?

Dates: 10/11/2017 – 3/31/2018

  1. This week we want to know what you would look for when choosing a doctor. What characteristics are important to you, if any? Why?
  2. Is it important that you have similar characteristics to your doctor (age, gender, race/ethnicity, disability, background, personality, etc.)?  If so, what characteristics?
  3. When would being similar to your doctor be important? Specifically, for what type of healthcare visits?
  4. How would being similar to your doctor impact what you say or do during your visit?
  5. If you were in a situation where you felt uncomfortable with your doctor, what could they do to make you feel more comfortable?

Date: 4/10/2020

  1. Telemedicine is when a doctor provides care for a patient when they aren’t physically together (like online, phone, or video). Have you ever heard of telemedicine?
  2. Is telemedicine something you think you would use? Why or why not?
  3. Have you or anyone you know ever used telemedicine? Tell us about it.
  4. What kinds of health issues do you think telemedicine would be good for?
  5. What kinds of health issues would you rather see a doctor in person for?

Date: 10/18/2019

  1. Telemedicine is when a healthcare provider cares for a patient when they aren’t physically together (like online, phone, or video). Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, have you or anyone you know used telemedicine? Tell us about it.
  2. If you were to use telemedicine to see a healthcare provider, would you prefer a phone call or video visit? Why?
  3. How effective do you think telemedicine is compared to an in-person visit? Why do you say that?
  4. What kinds of health issues do you think telemedicine would be good for? Why?
  5. How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed your view on telemedicine, if at all?

Date: 10/9/2020

Where do you go for a health problem you can’t solve on your own (family doctor, ER, urgent care, school clinic etc.)? Why do you go there? Do you have a regular doctor you go to for check-ups or when you feel sick? If you don’t have a regular doctor, why not? Do you think it’s important to have a regular doctor you go to for check-ups or when you feel sick? Why or why not? How could your doctor’s office make your visits easier? Have you had a bad experience with a doctor or clinic visit? What happened? Date: 9/14/2018
How important is dental health to you? Why? Since middle school, have you had any cavities? Tell us about it! What do you do to take care of your teeth? How often do you go to the dentist? What for? How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected your dental health? Date: 5/14/2021
Intro: This week we want to talk about what healthcare providers can/cannot tell others about your health or healthcare (“confidentiality”). Text next to continue. Has any healthcare provider ever talked to you about confidentiality? What did they say? What do you think should be confidential about your healthcare? Why? Have you ever had a concern about confidentiality with your healthcare? Tell us about it! Does concern about confidentiality affect what you say or do when you are seeking healthcare? How? Dates: 7/12/2017 – 12/30/2017
Today we want to learn about how you use the healthcare system. When was your last doctor’s appointment? Who schedules your doctor’s appointments? Why? Who usually goes with you to your doctor’s appointments? Why? Who usually picks up your prescription medicine? Why? Do you wish that you were more or less involved in your healthcare? How? Dates: 10/4/2017 – 3/24/2018
How would you define “good healthcare” for people your age? If you were rating your doctor, what factors would you consider? Whose opinion should matter most in rating how well your doctor cares for you: yours, parents, insurance companies, others? Why? What would be the best 2 ways to collect your opinion on your doctor? (in-person, phone, text, email, online, paper survey, etc.) Doctors are sometimes paid based on the quality of care they provide. Did you know that? Date: 8/30/2019
I pay. You pay. What the heck is a copay? When it comes to health insurance, what do you know about copays? There are also these things called health insurance deductibles. Tell us what you know about them! Have you heard of health insurance premiums? What are they? A few more quick questions. Do you have health insurance? What kind? If you have insurance, how do you find out what your health insurance covers? Dates: 10/11/2017 – 3/31/2018
This week we want to know what you would look for when choosing a doctor. What characteristics are important to you, if any? Why? Is it important that you have similar characteristics to your doctor (age, gender, race/ethnicity, disability, background, personality, etc.)?  If so, what characteristics? When would being similar to your doctor be important? Specifically, for what type of healthcare visits? How would being similar to your doctor impact what you say or do during your visit? If you were in a situation where you felt uncomfortable with your doctor, what could they do to make you feel more comfortable? Date: 4/10/2020
Telemedicine is when a doctor provides care for a patient when they aren’t physically together (like online, phone, or video). Have you ever heard of telemedicine? Is telemedicine something you think you would use? Why or why not? Have you or anyone you know ever used telemedicine? Tell us about it. What kinds of health issues do you think telemedicine would be good for? What kinds of health issues would you rather see a doctor in person for? Date: 10/18/2019 Telemedicine is when a healthcare provider cares for a patient when they aren’t physically together (like online, phone, or video). Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, have you or anyone you know used telemedicine? Tell us about it. If you were to use telemedicine to see a healthcare provider, would you prefer a phone call or video visit? Why? How effective do you think telemedicine is compared to an in-person visit? Why do you say that? What kinds of health issues do you think telemedicine would be good for? Why? How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed your view on telemedicine, if at all? Date: 10/9/2020
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