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Kansas Medicaid Cuts Make Situation Worse for Few Dentists Who Accept KanCare Patients

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.

Legislators in cash-strapped Kansas approved a 4 percent cut to Medicaid reimbursements this year. That’s made an already tough situation even tougher for a dentist in Prairie Village who serves some of the state's most vulnerable residents. Heartland Health Monitor's Andy Marso has more.

Learn more about this story on the KHI News Service website.

Andy Marso is a reporter for the KHI News Service and a contributor to Heartland Health Monitor, a collaborative effort among non-profit news outlets to report on health and health issues in Kansas and Missouri.

Medicaid Cuts Making Situation Worse for Some Kansas Dentists

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