Free Presentation – The Changing Face of Healthcare

Improving the Doctor-Patient Relationship on the Big Island using Cozeva

A free opportunity to learn about Cozeva—a new patient-doctor communication system being used in doctors’ offices throughout Hawaii–is taking place at Tutu’s House in Waimea, the next in a series of lectures offered by the Hawaii Island Beacon Community (HIBC).

Tutus House

Tutus House

On Wednesday, March 27, from 6:30-7:30 pm, , the focus on the changing face of healthcare in Hawaii will look at Cozeva, a new way of engaging patients in their own healthcare.  Scott Nakagawa, Program Manager, will demonstrate how a free online service, Cozeva, can help individuals and families improve their healthcare. “It’s so important that we understand how the healthcare environment is changing and the various elements that are falling into place to support the wellness of ourselves and those we care about,” Nakagawa said.

Attendees can sign up using computers at Tutu’s House or bring a smart phone or laptop computer with them, to get one-on-one training in using Cozeva for themselves or their family.

“Throughout Hawaii Island, health care providers have been changing their practices to improve the quality of health care available to us all.  You have a role to play in this evolution and understanding your role can help you reap the benefits,” said Tutu’s House spokeswoman, Michelle Medeiros.

[HIBC was formed in connection with a Federal grant awarded to the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, with a mission to improve healthcare in Hawaii County using health information technology. To learn more about HIBC, visit its website,]



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