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Hospital Price Transparency

Effective Jan. 1, 2019, hospitals must make a list of their current standard charges available via the internet.  Join us during the KHA District Meetings or during the Nov. 14 Noon Briefing to learn more. Click here for more resources on price transparency. 

How Can Hospitals Engage in Population Health?

The Kansas Health Institute and the Kansas Hospital Association collaborated on a population health initiative to assess the engagement of Kansas hospitals and health systems in population health and identify resource needs for this work, including definitions of population health, strategies utilized, benefits and challenges. Finding are now available in an ISSUE BRIEF.

Statewide and County Economic Impact Reports

County by County Economic Impact Reports and the annual statewide report: The Importance of the Health Care Sector to the Kansas Economy  January 2018 report are now available. Other statewide resources available are: Economic Impact brochure; Economic Impact PowerPoint; and Economic Impact Media Advisory.

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For more information regarding this meeting, contact Steve Poage (spoage@kha-net.org) or Ronni Anderson (kanderson@khsc.org) at (785) 233-7436.
For more information regarding this meeting, contact Dee Dee Dewell, Director, CAH Networks Outreach Services, Via Christi Health, Inc., at DeeDee.Dewell@ascension.org or (316) 858-4988.
Join us for a KHA Noon Briefing on Wednesday, Nov. 14, this webinar is designed to assist you in developing your pricing policies so you are able to answer questions from the public as your charges are compared to other hospitals across the state by patients, the media and other interested policy groups.
This symposium is designed for senior-level administrators, hospital trustees and other interested in rural health issues. For more information, contact the KHA Education Department at (785) 233-7436 or mwilley@kha-net.org.
Attendees will gain awareness of the impact of the prescription drug and opioid crisis in our state, be able to identify the effect of opioids on the brain and body, explore evidence-based strategies for prescription drug and opioid misuse prevention and treatment, including best practices for opioid prescribing, and engage in meaningful dialogue with other professionals across the state of Kansas.