This year Delta Omega will hold its annual Distinguished Lecture on Tuesday, April 8 from 5:00pm-7:00pm in Biomed B-103. Reception to follow.
Professor Deane E. Neubauer earned his MA and PhD at Yale University and retired from the University of Hawai‘i with the rank of Emeritus Professor after 33 years of dedicated service. While at UH, Professor Neubauer served as Chair of the Department of Political Science, Researcher in the Social Sciences Research Institute, Founding Dean of the College of Social Sciences, Founding Director of the Globalization Research Center, Chancellor of UH Mānoa, and Vice President of Academic Affairs for the 10-campus UH System.
Professor Neubauer has been a consultant for the RAND Corporation and Chaired the Policy and Planning Committee of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. He currently serves as International Advisor to the National Center for University Entrance Examinations, Tokyo, Japan.
His research interests lie in health policy, political economy, higher education, and globalization. His work explores globalizations phenomena as a major vector of social change throughout the world.
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The Urban Land Institute has been promoting compact, walkable, mixed use communities for years as means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from cars and improving quality and affordability of life. These design attributes also contribute to physical health. And now we have the opportunity to take the next step in creating high qualify places that deliver much more, places that make the healthy choice the easy choice for residents while improving the value and economic strength of communities.
The land use community is now finding it profitable to reach across the table to the health care community and join forces to promote land use patterns that lower the increasingly stifling health care costs to individuals and institutions, while at the same time meeting the increasing market demand for walkable, bikeable, people friendly places.
Please join James A. Moore, Design Principal, HDR, Inc., Dr. Jay Maddock, University of Hawai‘i Office of Public Health Studies, James "Kimo" Steinwascher, Alexander & Baldwin, and Councilmember Breene Harimoto, City & County of Honolulu for this unique event and important discussion.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
7:30 am - 8:00 am - Buffet Breakfast & Networking
8:00 am - 10:00 am - Program
Pacific Club, 1451 Queen Emma Street, Honolulu, HI
$15 / $20 for ULI members/non-members (public sector, non-profit)
$35 / $50 for ULI members/non-members (private sector)
$20 / $50 for ULI members/non-members (young leader)
$15 / $20 for ULI members/non-members (students)
Fees include full buffet breakfast and a copy of ULI's recent publication, Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places, $25 retail.
Regional Director of the US Department of Health and Human Services (Region IX), Mr. Herb K Schultz will be visiting the Office of Public Health Studies on Wednesday, November 20 from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm in Biomed D-207 to have a conversation with Public Health Students about the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Mr. Schultz was previously serving as Senior Advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Director of the California Recovery Task Force. In this role, he was responsible for the oversight and implementation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. As Senior Advisor to the Governor from 2008-2010, he represented the Governor on major domestic policy issues, which included serving as a principal advisor on health care reform.
Previously, he served as the Senior Health Policy Advisor to the Governor during California's 2006-2008 state debate on comprehensive health care reform. From 2005-2006, he served as Vice President of Government Programs for McKesson Health Solutions, where he oversaw the company's disease management and nurse advice programs for Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries. Mr. Schultz received his B.A. in Political Science and International Studies from The American University in Washington D.C. and has a Master's Degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University, also in Washington D.C.
Kaiser Permanente will be accepting applications for the Postgraduate Fellowship in Healthcare Administration for Northern and Southern California through October 1st 2013. Students graduating in December 2013 or later are eligible to apply.
Earlier this month, we held Information Sessions via WebEx for students interested in learning more about the fellowship and having the opportunity to ask questions. We would like to take this time to send out the recording to your program so that students can have a better understanding of the fellowship program and to hear common questions that were brought up. The link to the WebEx is provided below:
The link for a recording of one of the sessions is also posted on the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE) Postgraduate Administrative Fellowships listing.
If you have additional questions about the programs or application process, students may reach us by email at email@example.com (for Southern California) or firstname.lastname@example.org (for Northern California). Students may also get more information from our fellowship website at http://adminfellowship.kp.org.
HMSA, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, is a reliable name in Hawaii health care. Established in 1938, we are the largest and most experienced provider of health care coverage in the state. Over half of Hawaii’s population have chosen HMSA for their health care coverage.