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The Kansas Health Service Corporation was founded in November 1984 for the purpose of providing needed products and services to Kansas Hospital Association member hospitals. KHSC's primary objective is to partner with organizations that can provide quality products and services to Kansas health care institutions at a reasonable price. KHSC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of KHA. Therefore, a secondary objective of KHSC is to support KHA in meeting its mission to serve hospitals.

KHSC staff members and multiple partnering organizations are ready to assist you.

KHSC Staff

A complete list of KHSC staff including photos and contact information.

Employee Compensation Strategy Webinar Series

Understanding Compensation Arrangements to Assist with Recruiting, Retention and Engagement

KHSC has partnered with LifeSolutionz to provide an alternative compensation platform that provides tax-favorable compensation to highly compensated employees of non-profit hospitals. LifeSolutionz will be hosting a free, introductory webinar webinar to introduce their alternative compensation platform and the benefits it provides.

During the webinar, LifeSolutionz will share the details of their alternative compensation arrangement, explain the benefits for individuals, as well as for your hospital, and will answer any questions.

Please select from the following:

  • Tuesday, July 26 at 1pm CDT
  • Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 9am CDT
  • Friday, Aug. 12 at 1pm CDT
You can register for the webinar via: KHSC Webinar with LifeSolutionz

LifeSolutionz is presently working with hospitals across the country – many in the Midwest - helping to provide a viable tool to recruit, reward and retain key talent, while simultaneously delivering significant tax and financial benefits to the highly compensated.

Health care reform has ushered in a host of challenges. Hospitals are faced with the need to cut expenses, while still providing valued and appreciated benefits to recruit and retain their physicians and executives. With budgetary constraints being a reality, many organizations are struggling with how to balance prudent financial stewardship with providing compensation arrangements that excite and motivate.

Enter LifeSolutionz. The LifeSolutionz alternative compensation arrangement takes traditional compensation burdened by taxes, and delivers it tax efficiently to the highly compensated. Participants enjoy significant tax and financial benefits without having to sacrifice access to their funds.

LifeSolutionz is truly a unique, no-cost opportunity that can help KHA members with recruiting, retention and engagement of their executives and physicians. As members seek ways to reduce costs without diminishing value to their executives and physicians, the alternative compensation arrangement delivered by LifeSolutionz can be a valuable and intriguing opportunity.

For more information, contact Steve Poage at or Jason Boccardi at

KHSC Endorses Class Action Capital

The Kansas Health Service Corporation is excited to announce we have partnered with Class Action Capital, a market leader in class action settlement claim management. Class Action Capital is already successfully working with a large number of hospitals across the country helping to recover substantial refunds on their behalf from two recent class action settlements totaling $728,000,000. We are excited to offer their value add services to KHA members.

After successfully adding a number of hospitals to two settlements that closed in early 2016, KHSC is now promoting two new settlement opportunities. There is a large Visa/MasterCard settlement and one for blood reagents.

To sign up for one of these settlements, simply call John Borley with Class Action Capital at (914) 200-0020, or go to the website links listed below:

The Kansas Health Service Corporation endorses KaMMCO (Kansas Medical Mutual Insurance Company) as the preferred provider of professional and general liability insurance for hospitals, physicians and other health care professionals.
The Kansas Health Service Corporation is a for-profit subsidiary of the Kansas Hospital Association and provides needed products and services to KHA member hospitals. The KHA Workers’ Compensation Fund is a taxable workers’ compensation pool operated by KHSC.
The Kansas Health Service Corporation Newsletter is provided to KHA members quarterly to explain the latest trends in the insurance industry. 

For more information on this program, contact Chrisy Madden, KHA Education Department at (785) 233-7436 or
For more information on this program, contact Tish Hollingsworth ( or Dee Lewis ( at (785) 233-7436.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, in partnership with the Kansas Hospital Association, the Kansas Hospital Education and Research Foundation, and the Kansas Healthcare Collaborative, is offering a training opportunity for Small Hospital Improvement Program grant eligible facilities focusing on an overview of the EDTC program.
For more information regarding this seminar, contact Ronnie Anderson at (785) 233-7436 or
For more information or to participate, contact Jan Fenwick at or (785) 233-7436.