Q&A: HHSC Kaua'i Region's Lance Segawa discusses the importance of transparent organizational culture during a pandemic
Sydney Kurle | Feb 26, 2021 | Hawaii
Our 2021 Hawaii State of Reform Health Policy Conference was an honor to host for the 300 or so folks who were able to join us for this virtual event. Now, we are planning our first ever conference focused on federal policy. Our 2021 State of Reform Federal Health Policy Conference
The Hawaii Women’s Legislative Caucus (WLC) will push for bills to improve women’s health, address violence against women, and support women in the workplace during the 2021 legislative session. The caucus reviewed this year’s legislative package at a virtual breakfast meeting on Wednesday. The bill package include two
Governor David Ige delivered his State of the State address to a joint session of the legislature on Monday. In this address, he focused on Hawaii’s continued pandemic recovery and the expected revenue shortfall. He also focused on the effect that the loss of tourism has had on the state.
Balancing Hawaii’s budget will be the toughest challenge facing the state legislature in the 2021 session. The COVID-19 pandemic severely hurt a thriving economy and a once best-in-the-nation unemployment rate has ballooned. Legislators discussed the problems the state faces, and potential solutions, at the “Impacts of COVID on the State
Representative Ed Case called this a “dark chapter for our country” when he spoke as the morning keynote at the 2021 Hawaii State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference. Case is the U.S. Representative for Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District. He was in the Capitol building during the insurrection and voted
Experts on Hawaii’s economy discussed their ideas for a five point plan to help Hawaii’s economy recover and how the vaccine rollout is vital in helping reopen the economy. Ray Vara, president and CEO of Hawaii Pacific Health, Peter Ho, chairman and CEO of Bank of Hawaii and Dr. Mark