Last week, 200 HPAE delegates, members, and staff came together to launch an ambitious plan to take on corporate healthcare, deepen membership involvement, win strong contracts, grow our union and strengthen community alliances. Make no mistake, we are in difficult
At the HPAE 2016 Convention, delegates came together to make important decisions about the future of our union through a series of resolutions, constitutional amendments, and by-laws changes.
One of the high points, as usual, of HPAE's 2016 convention was the recognition which HPAE gave to local leaders and activists who have contributed so much to our union.
Over 200 HPAE leaders, members, staff, and guests came together at the HPAE convention to discuss the challenges that we face from the corporatization of health care and how we, as a union, can best respond.
Click on the links below to download and view presentation materials used at the is year’s Convention: Challenging Corporate Healthcare. Click here for Fred Hyde’s presentation on healthcare trends and their impact on healthcare workers. Click here for Jessica Curtis’s
Fred Hyde, MD Dr. Fred Hyde is a consultant to hospitals, medical schools and physicians, as well as to unions, community groups and others interested in the health of hospitals, health care facilities and organizations. He has served twice as
Bonnie Watson Coleman, the Representative for New Jersey’s 12th Congressional District, will be the keynote speaker at HPAE’s convention on October 6 and 7 in Atlantic City. Coleman is a long-time and influential advocate for the people of New Jersey and is currently
A breakdown of events for the October 6 & 7 HPAE Convention.
The convention resolutions for the 2016 HPAE convention address the key challenges which we face as a union.