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HPMA meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Please see the event calendar for more details.

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Helping Hawai‘i’s psychiatrists provide the highest quality care.


The Hawai'i Psychiatric Medical Association (HPMA) is a professional, non-profit corporation serving psychiatrists in Hawai'i. It is organized for the purpose of supporting professionalism in the practice of psychiatry and promoting top quality mental health care. HPMA fulfills a dual role, serving as a state association which focuses on local issues and as a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) linking HPMA members with developments in mental health care taking place regionally and nationally.

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Special Reports

2015 Letter from HPMA President Brett Lu, MD, PhD

Board of Trustee Reports

September 2014



Welcome to the HPMA website


Helping Hawaiʻi's psychiatrists provide the highest quality care.

Coronoavirus COVID-19 Resources

Hawaii Psychiatric Medical Association is trying to be a source of resources for the psychiatrists of Hawaii when dealing with the novel coronavirus COVID-19.  HPMA is working with the Hawaii Medical Association, Hawaii Department of Health and American Psyciatric Association to provide you with updated information.

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Stop CPT Coding Abuses - Achieve Mental Health Parity Now

APA is Working For You
CPT code changes were intended to more accurately reflect the work psychiatrists do and improve patient access to care, but instead have been used as an excuse by some payors to discriminate against psychiatric patients and their psychiatrists in violation of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (2008). The issues differ from state to state and from carrier to carrier. The APA Board of Trustees has committed significant APA resources, both financial and staff, to understand the situation and use all reasonable means, including litigation, to correct the abuses taking place.

Get Paid, Achieve Mental Health Parity
APA staff and attorneys have already begun implementation of a solid plan of action to combat this abuse. However, you, the psychiatrists who contract with the payors, have the specific information we need to cause a change. The situation cannot be improved unless every one of you helps.

Help us help you and your patients.

Psychiatrist Finder Template

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