Current Report Articles
Page 1 of 44
(May 24, 2019) – As the primary source of health care in many communities, hospitals have the opportunity to establish norms and influence health decisions. It is important that hospitals provide the healthiest choices possible for patients, visitors and staff.
(May 24, 2019) – Participants at this webinar will learn how to identify risks for drug diversion and innovative approaches to preventing diversion in your facility; laws and regulations regarding safeguarding against and responding to diversion; and best practices for diversion programs.
(May 24, 2019) – The KHA-PAC is pleased to report that nearly $21,000 has been raised toward this year's goal of $71,000. Your participation and voice are critical.
(May 24, 2019) – KDHE's Division of Health Care Finance is offering two Medicaid training courses, June 25, in Hays. The curriculum will provide an overview of home and community-based services eligibility and grievance, appeals and state fair hearings.
(May 24, 2019) – Effective June 8, 2019, Livanta will be replacing KEPRO as the Beneficiary and Family Centered Care Quality Improvement Organization.
(May 24, 2019) – Health Information Management Director, Smith County Memorial Hospital, Smith Center; Peer Review & Clinical Improvement Coordinator, Stormont Vail Health, Topeka
(May 24, 2019) – MLN Connects Provider eNews, Maternal Mortality Information Needed, Fourth Quarter 2018 VBP Payments Model, IQR Program Validation, IQR Education Session, Surprise Billing Legislation, Marijuana Use and Driver Impairment
(May 17, 2019) – Workplace violence has unfortunately become an all too frequent occurrence in hospitals and healthcare settings across the country.
(May 17, 2019) – Participants at this workshop will learn the reasons for engaging in population health work, strategies for securing buy-in and funding, challenges and barriers to implementing and sustaining population health work, key successes and lessons learned.
(May 17, 2019) – The Rand Corporation recently released a report entitled Prices Paid to Hospital by Private Health Plans are High Relative to Medicare and Vary Widely.
Page 1 of 44