The Hawaii Medical Association (HMA) is a voluntary, professional membership organization for physicians, resident physicians, and medical students in the state of Hawaii serving Hawaii since 1856. HMA is dedicated to serving physicians, their patients, and the community through representation, advocacy, and public service.
Membership dues allow the Hawaii Medical Association to represent Hawaii physicians and to play a crucial role at the state legislature shaping the future of our health care system.
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House Bill 1161 proposes to take advantage of a 9-to-1 match program for federal money available through the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.