A national effort to get the public's opinion on health care reform is under way this week and next.
Health care advocates are conducting an online survey and dialogue about problems with health care and possible solutions the country should pursue.
The discussion is the final step of a yearlong effort called "Voices for Health Care." Earlier parts of the effort were conducted only in Kansas, Mississippi and Ohio, but the online effort has been opened to the entire country.
Those who want to participate are asked to fill out a survey that identifies their priorities health care reform. The survey is available through Friday.
Next week, a follow up online dialogue will encourage participants to work together on health care solutions. It will be moderated and run until Nov. 25.