The Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs generates and communicates new knowledge and original research to improve the quality of life in our islands. We are Hawai‘i’s first independent and nonpartisan public policy institute, founded on a philosophy of community collaboration, fact-based research and issues education. By creating an informed atmosphere for policy-makers and community leaders, we provide tools and opportunities to strengthen Hawai‘i’s public decision-making process.
Visit d.hipaonline.com from your phone or tablet or pick up a paper copy at the Hawai‘i State Capitol Public Access Room: Room 401, 415 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96813 after February 3, 2015.
As a follow-up to HIPA’s Phase I report issued in 2010, HIPA retained RM Towill to do an assessment of the state’s infrastructure needs for the next 20 years. Please click here to download the full Phase II report, which concludes that the state faces over $15 billion in infrastructure needs through 2034, which, if fully constructed, could result in over $1.7 billion in tax revenue to the state, and lead to the creation of over 212,000 jobs.
Mahalo all those who attended the 2014 Ho‘oulu Leadership Awards. Photos from the event are available on Facebook and on Flickr. Videos created by Searider Productions of the honorees and video of the entire program by ‘Ōlelo are both available here.
With over 40 local and national speakers, the 2013 Hawai‘i Healthcare Summit is the event of the year for professionals inside and outside the rapidly-changing healthcare industry. Whether you are a healthcare provider, insurer, administrator, advocate, human resource professional, tax attorney, policymaker, business owner, accountant, or are otherwise impacted by healthcare, this summit is for you.
As Hawai‘i navigates the complexities of healthcare reform, this summit will unveil the state of Hawai‘i’s roadmap for healthcare transformation and provide the latest information on how the Affordable Care Act and Hawai‘i Health Connector (Hawai‘i’s new online insurance marketplace) are being implemented.
Videos and slides available: 2013 Hawai‘i Healthcare Summit / Hawai‘i Healthcare Project