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Q&A: Sen. Roz Baker on the 2019 session and what's next in Hawaii's health policy conversation

Emily Boerger | May 17, 2019 | Hawaii

Senator Roz Baker is the Chair of the Senate Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Heath Committee in the Hawaii State Legislature. Sen. Baker represents Senate District 6 in South and West Maui and has over 25 years of experience serving as a Maui legislator. We caught up with Senator Baker a...[ Read More ]

Rep. Mizuno selected as member of the Council of State Governments' national Healthy States Task Force Subcommittee

| May 14, 2019 | Hawaii

Representative John M. Mizuno has been selected to participate on a subcommittee of The Council of State Governments’ national Healthy States Task Force.   “The CSG Healthy States National Task Force will bring together a diverse group of state policymakers to explore ways states can best meet the challenges presented...[ Read More ]

5 Things Hawaii: Q&A with Rep. Belatti, Vaccine exemptions, Winnie Suen

| May 10, 2019 | Hawaii

A big mahalo to Emily Boerger, Sara Gentzler, Marjie High and Emily Viles, who together make up our content team with me at State of Reform! With your support, through your conference attendance and participation, State of Reform continues to grow in an era of shrinking newsrooms. So, a big mahalo...[ Read More ]

Q&A: Rep. Della Au Belatti on the 2019 legislative session

Emily Boerger | May 8, 2019 | Hawaii

Rep. Della Au Belatti represents House District 24 and is a member of both the House Health Committee and the Human Services and Homelessness Committee. She also serves on leadership as House Majority Leader. With the 2019 legislative session at an end, we caught up with Rep. Belatti to discuss...[ Read More ]

What They're Watching: Winnie Suen, Queen's Health Systems

Emily Boerger | May 6, 2019 | Hawaii

Winnie Suen is the Chief Medical Officer, QCIPN, at the Queen's Health Systems. She joins us in this edition of "What They're Watching" to discuss the Medicare Shared Savings Program. “One of the areas [I’m watching] is a Medicare Shared Savings Program, that as a network we're going to be...[ Read More ]

Health care highlights as Hawaii's 2019 legislative session wraps up

Emily Boerger | May 2, 2019 | Hawaii

Thursday marked the 60th and final day of Hawaii’s 2019 legislative session. Over the course of session, lawmakers introduced over 3,000 bills, with nearly 300 bills ultimately passing both chambers. Though a majority of the bills have not yet been signed or sent to the governor’s desk, here is a...[ Read More ]

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