5 Things Hawaii: Sen. Roz Baker, Homelessness initiatives, Richard Bettini
DJ Wilson | Jun 6, 2019 | Hawaii
The Queen’s Health Systems [this month] announced the selection of Dr. Jill Hoggard Green as the statewide system’s new president and chief executive officer. A nationally acclaimed and highly-respected health care leader with 39 years of experience, Dr. Hoggard Green will join Queen’s in October of 2019, succeeding Art Ushijima.
America’s Health Rankings’ 2019 Senior Report shows Hawaii leading the nation as the healthiest state for seniors. The report ranks each individual state on thirty-four core measurements. The measurements evaluate determinants of health such as behaviors, community and environment factors, health policy, and measurements related to clinical care. The report’s
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
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
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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