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Breakfast Roundtable with Brandon Kurisu: Together, we can SAVE LIVES with Hawaii’s own AlohaSafe Alert App


PMI Honolulu Breakfast Roundtable

Topic: Together, we can SAVE LIVES with Hawaii’s own AlohaSafe Alert App  

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Speaker: Brandon Kurisu, President of aio Digital

Faciliator:  Maggie Martinson, PMI Honolulu Chapter Member & Director of Practice Development at Partners for Quality Health

Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 from 7:00AM-8:00AM

Topic Description: Google and Apple jointly created the Exposure Notifications System (ENS) out of a shared sense of responsibility to help governments and our global community fight this pandemic through contact tracing. Sixteen states are already using the same ENS. California, Oregon, and Hawaii are piloting the ENS now.
In partnership with the Hawaii Department of Health, aio Digital has developed the AlohaSafe Alert app as the State of Hawaii’s official exposure notification app. AlohaSafe Alert is a free, voluntary new service that helps slow the spread of COVID-19. https://www.aiohawaii.com/aio-digital/  
Pacific Medical Administrative Group (PMAG) supports the DOH’s use of AlohaSafe Alert App in the fight against COVID-19 and shares a PSA with its 750+ physicians, their patients, and the community. Video: https://vimeo.com/498174987/1b4d3b809f
In this webinar, you will learn:
  • How the AlohaSafe Alert App works and the technology behind it
  • How would this app help STOP the spread of COVID-19
  • How PMAG, Hawaii’s largest Independent Physician Association (IPA), is helping DOH to encourage physicians and patients to use AlohaSafe Alert
  • What you can do to be a hero in this pandemic and help SAVE LIVES
Speaker Bio:  Brandon Kurisu is the President of aio Digital, a division of aio, overseeing various digital companies, brands, and investments within the aio Family of Companies.  Prior to aio Digital, Brandon founded Upspring, a web/software development company that has since evolved to become a successful digital consultancy working with many of Hawaii’s Top 250 businesses.  Brandon serves on several non-profit Boards including the American Heart Association, Hawaii Literacy, Kohala Institute, the University of Hawaii Alumni Association and the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council.
Faciliator Bio:  Maggie Martinson is a member of PMI Honolulu since 2013. Her current role is Director of Practice Development at Partners for Quality Health (a PMAG subsidiary), leading a team of healthcare professionals and serving as a business consultant for nearly 800 independent physician practices. Prior to joining the healthcare industry, Maggie has extensive experience in finance, real estate, marketing, and the travel industry in Hawaii, US mainland, Asia and South America.
Event Information:  Zoom information will be provided with your registration confirmation.
PMI Talent Triangle: This free webinar qualifies for 1 Leadership PDU to be reported by PMIHNL for chapter members (no self-reporting needed).

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About Breakfast Roundtable Events:

PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter conducts a bi-monthly gathering of people interested in project management to listen to a topic and participate in discussion in a more intimate session. Come meet with other professionals in project management as well as other fields to talk about topics which drive you. Bring your experiences and questions to the table and take the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals.  Start your day with project management!

If you have a topic you'd like to discuss or you're interested in facilitating the discussion, email programs@pmihnl.org.

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Type of category: Breakfast Roundtable

Type of activity: Leadership

Date: February 10th, 2021

Hour: 7:00AM to 8:00AM

Number of PDUs: 1


Members: Free

Non members: Free

Students: Free


Virtual Meeting via Zoom