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File iconEconomic and Employment Effects of KanCare Expansion Release - February 2013.pdf
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New report shows expanding KanCare could result in a net cost savings for Kansas from 2014-2020. This independent analysis will be valuable as Kansas decides whether to accept or decline federal funds to expand the KanCare program to approximately 169,000 Kansans.
File iconMaking a Decision on Expanding KanCare 2-19 Brief.pdf
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This is an independent analysis of the economic impact of a Medicaid expansion, conducted by researchers at Regional Economic Models, Inc. (REMI) and the George Washington University (GW). This report was prepared for the Kansas Hospital Association and funded by the American Hospital Association. February 2013
File iconExpanding KanCare Can Benefit Kansas.pdf
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The Kansas Hospital Association created a two-minute informative video highlighting how Medicaid expansion is good for Kansas.
File iconOpinion Editorial Tom Bell - Medicaid Expansion.pdf
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Opinion Editorial by Tom Bell, KHA President and CEO
Kansas must use Medicaid expansion as an opportunity to build upon and improve our current Medicaid program.
File iconMoran Visits ALL Kansas Hospitals - KHA Release.docx
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With this week’s visit to St. Francis Health Center in Topeka, Kansas, U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) completed his statewide tour of all 127 Kansas community hospitals. Sen. Moran began visiting community hospitals while representing the “Big First” district in the U.S. House of Representatives. The “Big First” is home to 75 of the state’s 127 community hospitals, and boasts more community hospitals than any other district in the country.
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