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HHS Says Thousands of Kansans Could Benefit from KanCare Expansion

Heartland Health Monitor is a reporting collaborative involving multiple, non-profit, news outlets, including KPR. Its focus is to report on health issues affecting the Midwest.

A new report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says approximately 34,000 Kansans could get treatment for mental illness or substance abuse disorders if the state would agree to expand its Medicaid program, known as KanCare. Heartland Health Monitor’s Bryan Thompson has more. 

Bryan Thompson is a reporter for the KHI News Service and a contributor to Heartland Health Monitor.


KanCare Expansion Could Benefit Thousands:

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