The Kansas Department of Health and Environment now says it hopes to resolve the Medicaid application backlog issue by the end of October and begin working on the 35,000 renewal applications.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment now says it hopes to resolve the Medicaid application backlog issue by the end of October and begin working on the 35,000 renewal applications. File photo
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment now says it hopes to resolve the Medicaid application backlog issue by the end of October and begin working on the 35,000 renewal applications. File photo

Medicaid backlog cost state at least $2.3 million and counting

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