HKH Toolkit 2

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HKH Toolkit 2
01L - Toolkit Cover Letter.pdf
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Toolkit #2 Cover Letter - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
02L - Model Policy Template.doc
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Model Policy Template - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
03L - Sample Letter to the Editor.doc
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Sample Letter to the Editor - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
04R - What Approach Is Right.pdf
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Healthy Food and Beverages - What Approach Is Right for Your Hospital? - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
05R - Nutition Labeling.pdf
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Nutritional Labeling for Menus - Why and How - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
06R - Why is Sodium Bad.pdf
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Why Is Sodium Bad - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
07R - Keeping it Fresh and Local.pdf
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Keeping It Fresh and Local - Farm to Hospital Initiatives - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
08R - Vending and Procurement.pdf
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Developing Effect Food and Beverage Vending and Procurement Policies - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
09R - Healthy Salad Tips.pdf
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Tips for Building a Healthy Salad - Healthy Kansas Hospitals
For more information on the KHSC Board Meeting, contact Steve Poage at (785) 233-7436 or spoage@kha-net.org.
KHA has a 21-member Board of Directors. They meet five times a year. Each board member holds three-year terms, with a two-term limit. The Board has a composition of members from all geographic areas of Kansas all sizes and types of member hospitals are represented. The Board also includes a hospital trustee and physician member. Other participants include AHA Delegates, Council Chairs and Allied Organizations.
Emails will be sent to members or check out our new Facebook page for details: https://www.facebook.com/groups/168314440330314/
KAMSS Annual Conference. For more information, contact Ronni Anderson at (785) 233-7436 or kanderson@khsc.org.
The Kansas Hospital Association is hosting a three-part management development webinar series that will take place over several months. This webinar series will provide new and more experienced managers with the nuts and bolts of management.