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Faces of KanCare - Jessica Media.pdf
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Media KanCare Expansion - Jessica Franco Story
Faces of KanCare - Kelly Media.pdf
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Media KanCare Expansion - Kelly Brown Story
Failing to Expand Medicaid Hurts Kansas -March 2014.pdf
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Two independent reports released earlier this year highlight the negative financial impact of failing to expand Medicaid on states’ economies. Comparing the costs of Medicaid expansion with the flow of federal highway subsidies and defense contracts, as well as the amount each state spends on attracting private businesses, The Commonwealth Fund concludes that Medicaid expansion benefits a state’s economy, and its financial benefits far outweigh the state’s cost of participating. Another study by
Pollling Shows Kansans Support of Funds-February 2014.pdf
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KHA Media Release - The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network released a public opinion poll that revealed registered voters in Kansas strongly agree that the state should accept federal funds that are available to broaden access to health coverage through KanCare, the program under which Medicaid is administered in Kansas. By a margin of 72 percent to 24 percent, Kansas voters support such a move, which would provide more low-income Kansans with access to health care services.
KS Medicaid Polling Release FINAL.pdf
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February 26, 2014 – Public opinion polling released by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network shows that registered voters in Kansas strongly agree that the state should accept federal funds that are available to broaden access to health coverage through KanCare, the program under which Medicaid is administered in Kansas. By a margin of 72 percent to 24 percent, Kansas voters support such a move, which would provide more low-income Kansans with access to health care.
New Analysis Provides a Menu of Options for Kansas - KHA Media Release -February 2014.pdf
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Leavitt Partners Address the Uninsured with Alternative Options and Policy Models. February 17, 2014
Leavitt Partners' Final Report on Addressing the Uninsured.pdf
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The Kansas Hospital Association contracted with Leavitt Partners to examine and analyze the Kansas landscape and provide alternative models and policy options for covering the State’s low-income uninsured population. Released February 2014.
KHA Economic Impact Release -February 2014.pdf
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As the fifth largest producer of total income and sales in the state, the Kansas health sector is a powerful economic force. This media release highlights the January 2014 report entitled: The Importance of the Health Care Sector to the Kansas Economy, produced by researchers at the Office of Local Government, K-State Research and Extension.
The Importance of the Health Care Sector to the Kansas Economy 2014.pdf
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The Importance of the Health Care Sector to the Kansas Economy - January 2014 - study done in cooperation with the Office of Local Government K-State Research and Extension.
Billings Award Media Release-2013.pdf
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It is with pleasure that the Kansas Hospital Association presented Richard P. Miller, Administrator and CEO of Norton County Hospital in Norton, with the Charles S. Billings Award. The members of the Kansas Hospital Association presented Miller with the Billings Award on Nov. 14 during the KHA Annual Convention and Trade Show in Wichita.
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