About HHP



Matthew Sasaki

Matt Sasaki is Vice President of Hawaii Health Partners. Having spent his career in health care, Matt has developed a diverse background in care management, population health, operations, and strategy.

Prior to joining Hawaii Pacific Health, Matt held leadership roles at Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) and ike, Inc. (fka DataHouse Holdings Corp.). During his time at HMSA, Matt served as Assistant Vice President for Government and External Relations, leading HMSA’s efforts with county, state and federal stakeholders, and in addition overseeing community engagement, corporate giving, and the HMSA Foundation.

He has also held leadership roles as Director of Ecosystem Development and Operations, and Director of Provider Organization Support Teams. In these positions, he focused on establishing population health programs and initiatives, and supporting independent providers statewide with quality programs and care coordination. He also developed and supported the operation of the company’s joint ventures focused on care management and value-based care.

Matt graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Creighton University, and earned an MBA in health care management from Johns Hopkins University.

Jennifer Lo, MD

Dr. Jennifer José Lo is the Medical Director for Hawaii Health Partners. A board-certified family medicine physician, Dr. Lo works closely with HHP staff to provide medical leadership and clinical guidance for the organization and its members.

Dr. Lo most recently served as Medical Director for the Boston Public Health Commission where she advanced its mission to protect, preserve, and promote the health and well-being of all Boston residents. Most notably, she played a critical role in developing and leading the response to the COVID-19 pandemic for the City of Boston. Prior to that, she served as Medical Director of the Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center, a community health center in Boston where she oversaw the introduction of payment transformation via implementation of value-based care contracts, supported development and implementation of complex care management programs and behavioral health integration, and positioned the health center to be NCQA-certified Patient Centered Medical Home. Dr. Lo has practiced as a family medicine and primary care physician in Massachusetts, Florida and Hawaii.

Dr. Lo earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard University and her medical degree from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. She completed her residency training at the University of Hawaii Family Medicine Residency Program. In addition, she served as an Assistant Professor at the Boston University School of Medicine since 2013.

Jhenieve Inouye

Jhenieve Inouye is the Director of Value-Based Care for Hawaii Health Partners. In this position, she works closely with HHP leadership, members and staff to provide strategic direction, development and implementation of our value-based health care initiatives.

Jhenieve has experience in health finance and payment methodologies, and is well-versed in Hawaii’s health care industry landscape. Prior to joining Hawaii Health Partners, Jhenieve was with MDX Hawaii, an agilon health platform company, where she held the roles of Senior Director of Operations and Director of Provider Operations. In her most recent position as Senior Director of Operations, she was responsible for provider partnerships, value-based program implementation and payments, and network contracting. Jhenieve also gained experience in corporate analytics and health informatics at HMSA, where she focused on medical cost trending and reporting.

Born and raised in Hawaii, Jhenieve graduated with a dual degree in mathematics and physics from Creighton University.

Walter Schroeder, PharmD

Walter Schroeder, PharmD is the Director of ACO Operations for Hawaii Health Partners.  Through his oversight of population health, complex care and analytics he pursues a comprehensive approach to care that incorporates medical and social determinants.

Before joining Hawaii Pacific Health, Walt held leadership roles at Kaiser Permanente and Hawaii Permanente Medical Group where he developed successful programs for medically complex and frail, elderly patients as well as overseeing programs in quality and population health.

Walter obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa before earning his doctorate of pharmacy degree from the University of Washington.  He completed his residency training at UMass Memorial Medical Center, specializing in cardiovascular pharmacotherapy at Boston Medical Center.  Walter then proceeded to join the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty with the Clinical Practice and Research Program at the Erie County Medical Center.