2016 Presidential Candidates “Customer Service” Checklist
Presidential candidates are occupying a significant portion of media mindshare in recent weeks, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down until November 2016. Many candidates are unveiling policy plans for higher education, the economy and foreign diplomacy. And all of these things are unquestionably important to the future of our country. From where I sit in my corner of the Health and Human Services sector, I’m listening to understand the candidates’ views on public services.
Here are a few things related to Health and Human Services we think the presidential candidates should be talking about. Something we missed? Please share your thoughts on what you think the candidates should be talking about related to Health and Human Services in the comments.
The road to the 2016 election will be a long one. But, hopefully – it will be paved with productive dialogue both among candidates and voters that leads to real, positive change. My hope is that part of that change will benefit the recipients of social services, and optimize the operations of health and human services agencies at the state and federal levels.