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Kansas News Service Thursday, February 15th

The Kansas lawsuit is one of several nationwide that challenge states’ refusal to cover the drugs’ costs.

J. Schafer Friday, February 9th

A free dental clinic in Hutchinson drew so many that organizers had to start turning people away.

KMUW Radio Tuesday, January 30th

Medicaid care costs for the Kansans living with Alzheimer's exceed 400 million dollars a year. That number is expected to increase 30 percent by 2025. 

Representative Dan Hawkins, chair of House health committee says KanCare is likely to be trimmed back.(File photo: Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Tuesday, January 23rd

The proposal would require some non-disabled KanCare recipients to work or participate in job training and impose a lifetime cap on their benefits.

Nearly 100,000 Kansans enrolled in coverage through the exchange duringlast year's open enrollment period.
Jim McLean Friday, December 15th

A statewide network of specialists helping Kansans sign-up for Obamacare says the staff is busier now than they were at this time last year.

KMUW Radio Tuesday, December 12th

In order to graduate from high school, Kansas students will soon be required to take CPR training.

Kansas News Service Friday, December 8th

 In Kansas, the data shows that people had to seek therapists outside of their insurance network at a rate of 7 to 1 compared to primary care services.

The number of citations and amount of fines against Kansas nursing homes has been growing. Now, the industry is pushing back.
Kansas News Service Thursday, November 30th

The number of serious citations issued against Kansas nursing homes has spiked by 9,000 percent over the past five years

Kansas News Service Wednesday, November 22nd

McPherson Hospital and Morton County Health System are among 13 rural hospitals chosen for the federally-funded program.

Kansas News Service Wednesday, November 15th

The affiliation with the MD Anderson Cancer Network comes after a year-long certification process.  

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