Listen to HMAConnect's interview with @GeneRansom, CEO of @MedChiupdates & former president of @AAMSE. He offers insights into the changing role of medical societies, how they benefit #physicians & community, & top priorities for #nonprofit leaders. See

@BloodBankHawaii President & CEO Dr. Kim-Ahn Nguyen discusses how to succeed in this climate and what the future holds for BBH in an interview with @HIMedicalAssoc.
The engaging discussion can be heard here:

If you haven't already voted in Hawaii's Primary #Elections2022, check out the gubernatorial candidate interviews addressing #healthcare with @VickyForGov, Heidi Tsuneyoshi, @DrJoshGreen, & @DukeAiona2022 at #Hawaii


Aloha kakou, Can you believe it’s almost the end of summer? I remember a time – not too long ago – when the end of summer meant morning traffic was about to increase, and roads were stained orange and yellow from overripe mango and guava. Today’s headlines from across our nation and the world makes […]
We are very excited to introduce HMAConnect, the podcast of the Hawaii Medical Association. Available on all major podcast platforms, HMAConnect will feature topics, interviews and discussions dealing with the most pressing health issues affecting our members and our community. There are already five episodes available for download; the first is an interview with Mr. […]
Associated Press Help is coming for many people with medical debt on their credit reports. Starting Friday, the three major U.S. credit reporting companies will stop counting paid medical debt on the reports that banks, potential landlords and others use to judge creditworthiness. The companies also will start giving people a year to resolve delinquent […]
The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy is encouraging HMA members to visit the ASGE ‘Colorectal Cancer Screening Appropriate Use’ web page and download some great patient educationresources, including a printable office/practice poster, and patient letter templates. ASGE Immediate-Past President Douglas Rex, MD, MASGE, explains, “More than 30 percent of U.S. adults aren’t getting screened for […]

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