If the 23 states that have rejected expanding Medicaid under the 2010 health care law continue to do so for the next eight years, they'll pay $152 billion to extend the program in other states – while receiving nothing in return.
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None of the state’s KanCare providers hit the state’s benchmark for timeliness in claims processing during any month in 2013, according to an August report from the Kansas Department of Health of Environment.
After several months of not knowing whether the Wichita Community Clinical Oncology Program would be able to continue clinical trials locally, program officials received word Friday morning that they will be funded.
The Topeka-based Kansas Health Institute recently released its annual insurance report that looks at health coverage throughout the state and historical trends to show the impact of the Affordable Care Act, according to a news release.
Health officials are reporting two more cases of measles in Sedgwick County, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to eight in the county, according to a news release from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.