Hawaii health officials applaud state emissions reductions
Michael Goldberg | Jan 17, 2020 | Hawaii
A new report from the Economic Research Organization at the University of Hawaii (UHERO), predicts that Hawaii’s economy will continue to grow in 2020 despite several challenges. The report’s lead authors, economists Carl Bonham, Byron Gangnes and Peter Fuleky found that while the global economy is mired in ongoing difficulty
The Detailed Agenda for our 2020 Hawaii State of Reform Conference in Honolulu on January 14 is now available! We have carefully crafted these panel topics after a long process of stakeholder engagement that has helped us zero in on the health care policy topics most important and relevant to Hawaii.
We are now six weeks out from our 2020 Hawaii State of Reform Health Policy Conference! It's right around the corner... So, with Thanksgiving behind us, and Christmas and Hanukkah not yet fully upon us, now is a good time to get registered to be with us on January 14th at the Hilton Hawaiian
As Samoa remains in a state of national emergency due to a deadly measles outbreak, volunteer teams have descended on the island help conduct a mass vaccination campaign. With the outbreak spiraling out of control — 62 fatalities have been reported thus far — the trip was quickly set into
Angie Lin is the Senior Director of Business Development at Centene. Centene prides itself on their local approach to providing accessible, high-quality care to millions of managed care members. She joins us in this edition of "What They're Watching" to discuss understanding your community. “We have TRICARE which
Data and information relied upon by the Hawaii Department of Taxation to make revenue estimates — or evaluate the cost of new legislation on taxpayers — has not been subject to public review, until recently. In a decision earlier this month, a Hawaii state court judge upheld a ruling by