Not all Long Islanders Receive the Healthcare They Seek for Various Reasons 

In partnership with the Long Island Health Collaborative, EurekaFacts is recruiting Long Island residents to participate in a discussion group, also known as a focus group, about how their community influences their health.

“Having a voice in healthcare solutions in one’s own community
is empowering, especially after recently being unable to receive healthcare.
EurekaFacts is excited to partner with the Long Island Health Collaborative for this
groundbreaking research with communities in Suffolk and Nassau counties.
Lani Steffens, EurekaFacts Director of Public Health Research

These discussion groups are one part of this two-prong healthcare research. The other element is in-depth interviews (IDI) with community-based organizations (CBO) in Suffolk and Nassau counties.

EurekaFacts is recruiting adults for four discussion groups in Suffolk and Nassau counties in January. We are seeking people who needed healthcare in the last 12 months, but were unable to receive it due to cost, transportation, or other challenges. Each discussion group lasts two hours and eligible participants are compensated for their time.

Interested residents can call 866-985-7910, pre-register at https://www.eurekafacts.com/participate2, or email research@eurekafacts.com.

 

About EurekaFacts
EurekaFacts is a full-service market research firm in the Washington, D.C., area offering a wide range of quantitative research, qualitative research, and advanced analytics. Our team’s expertise is unmatched in conducting research and recruiting hard-to-reach audiences, including Hispanics, parents, children, and other audiences. Our mission is to equip the people who lead efforts to build a better, safer, healthier world with the insights needed to shape initiatives, brands, communications and campaigns.

 

About Long Island Health Collaborative
The LIHC (pronounced “LIKE”) is the hub of population health activities on Long Island. It’s a coalition that includes Nassau and Suffolk county health departments, every hospital on Long Island, health and social service community-based organizations, insurance plans, academic institutions, local governments, and other groups that are working together toward a healthier Long Island community.