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5 Things Hawaii: Art Ushijima, FMAP drop, Hale Ola

| Oct 10, 2019 | Hawaii

We are now about 13 weeks away from our 2020 Hawaii State of Reform Health Policy Conference!  I know that seems like a ways off, and it is... But not if you are working to line up 60+ speakers at the event!  It's what we're just getting started with now. So,...[ Read More ]

Q&A: Art Ushijima reflects on his career at Queen's

| Oct 1, 2019 | Hawaii

Art Ushijima is the President and CEO of the Queen’s Health Systems and is considered by many to be one of Hawaii’s most influential and consequential health care leaders. Last summer, Ushijima announced his retirement after 30 years at Queen’s. In anticipation of his retirement in January 2020, we spoke...[ Read More ]

The Queen's Health Systems selects new CEO: Dr. Jill Hoggard Green

| May 23, 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....[ 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 ]

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 ]