Point in Time Report shows decrease in Hawaii's homeless population
Kylie Walsh | May 25, 2017 | Hawaii
I spent the morning watching C-SPAN and the vote on the AHCA. I can't help but think the gulf between health policy makers and those that work in health care is perhaps as wide as it has ever been. Regardless of one's politics, perhaps today's vote is a call for
Christine Sakuda, founding executive director of the Hawai‘i Health Information Exchange (Hawai‘i HIE), will be leaving the organization after more than 10 years of service to join Transform Hawai‘i Government, a grassroots organization to transform government, improve business practices, and continue to make investments in technology to benefit Hawaii’s people.
Final decking wasn’t the expected nerve-wracking ordeal for health bills we were tracking this session. Ordinary aspects of the budget were decided early but there was last-minute drama - even rumors of reorganization - over funding the over-budget Honolulu rail project. An unexpected happy outcome in this year of fiscal
The National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD) is pleased to announce that Judy Mohr Peterson, Ph.D., Medicaid Director for the state of Hawai’i, is stepping into the role of president of NAMD’s board of directors effective immediately. “We are thrilled to have Judy in this critical role for NAMD because
All the work of legislators, advocates, and the public since January’s opening day now boils down to a couple of weeks of conference committees. In a memo issued jointly by the Senate President and House Speaker, conference procedures will be effective from 8:00 a.m. April 17th through midnight April 28th.
WellCare Health Plans, Inc. (NYSE: WCG), a leading provider of managed care services for government-sponsored health care programs, has named Scott Sivik state president of its 'Ohana Health Plan, Inc., based in Hawaii. Sivik has served as the market interim president since September 2016. He reports to David Reynolds, north