Membership is available in five categories to organizations and individuals who are in accord with the mission of the Healthcare Association of Hawaii.
Submit your application by fax (808) 599-2879, mail, or email to email@example.com
Membership applications must be approved by the Board or Executive Committee. Dues are pro-rated by quarter if the individual becomes a member after the first quarter of the fiscal year, which begins July 1.
For questions about membership, please contact Gail Coleman at 521-8961 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Available to acute and long term care inpatient healthcare facilities, systems, assisted living facilities, Type II care homes, home health, hospice providers. Such entities must be licensed and/or operated in conformity with the licensure laws of the State of Hawaii, Medicare certified or accredited by the Joint Commission or Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP). This category of membership receives full voting privileges. Membership dues are based on the facility’s prior year’s operating expenses. Membership to healthcare systems, institutions, persons, and organizations located outside of the State of Hawaii may be granted dependent upon the particular circumstances of the applicants. Each application will be considered on its own merits and acceptance for membership shall not be construed as a precedent. In the event of institutional membership outside of the State of Hawaii, the provision that the facility be licensed and operating in conformity to the laws of the State of Hawaii shall not apply. However, such facilities must be licensed and operated in conformity with their local licensure laws.
Regular Membership provides the opportunity to:
Other member benefits:
Available to outpatient or other health-related providers of alternative, community-based services such as medical clinics, Type I care homes, case management and referral services, and academic institutions with an interest in health care. This category of membership does not receive voting privileges.
Available to firms or organizations that provide goods and services to the healthcare industry. This category of membership does not receive voting privileges.
Available to individuals, active or retired, in allied health fields and organizations not eligible for membership in the HAH. This category of membership does not receive voting privileges.
Is granted by the Board of Directors to individuals who were employed in the health care field for ten years or more by organizations that are members of HAH. They must not be actively employed at the time of the request. In selecting emeritus members, primary considerations shall be given to the following factors:
(a) Welfare of patients;
(b) Improvements in administrative methods and practices;
(c) Contributions to local, state, or national organizations in the healthcare field;
(d) Furtherance of good public relations;
(e) Assistance to and collaboration with other healthcare institutions;
(f) Promotion of legislation relating to better patient care;
(g) Advancement of the field of health care administration.
This category of membership does not receive voting privileges.