Transformation: Enhancing care; Containing cost; Maximizing satisfaction
An educational summit hosted by Kokua Mau – Hawaii Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.
Date: Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011
Location: The Queen’s Conference Center
For up-to-date information, please visit our main summit page: kokuamau.org/summit
Chronic and terminal illness is the leading challenge for health care today in terms of quality, cost, and satisfaction. Our goal is to bring together individuals and organizations with the shared passion for creating opportunities to transform health care and reduce suffering for the seriously ill in Hawaii. This will be a day of learning, networking, strategy sessions, and new opportunities.
Who should attend?
People caring for those who are seriously ill and those who need to understand the issues they are facing. This includes health care executives, administrators, legislators, doctors, nurses, social workers, case managers, chaplains and family care givers.
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We will be using the Queen’s Conference Center for this all day meeting. The Kokua Mau summit is followed on Nov. 11 by the Mission Possible V “Operation Palliation”, Queen’s Medical Center’s annual pain and palliative care conference, so people traveling to Oahu will only have to make one trip.
- program and registration PDF file for Mission Possible V “Operation Palliation” or call 808-691-7009 to register with a credit card by phone.
For more information please email us at Summit