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File iconNew Analysis Provides a Menu of Options for Kansas - KHA Media Release -February 2014.pdf
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Leavitt Partners Address the Uninsured with Alternative Options and Policy Models. February 17, 2014
File iconKS Medicaid Polling Release FINAL.pdf
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February 26, 2014 – Public opinion polling released by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network shows that registered voters in Kansas strongly agree that the state should accept federal funds that are available to broaden access to health coverage through KanCare, the program under which Medicaid is administered in Kansas. By a margin of 72 percent to 24 percent, Kansas voters support such a move, which would provide more low-income Kansans with access to health care.
File iconLeavitt Partners' Final Report on Addressing the Uninsured.pdf
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The Kansas Hospital Association contracted with Leavitt Partners to examine and analyze the Kansas landscape and provide alternative models and policy options for covering the State’s low-income uninsured population. Released February 2014.
File iconPublic Opinion on Medicaid Expansion - KHA MEDIA RELEASE.pdf
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A statewide public opinion poll gauged Kansans’ attitudes toward Medicaid expansion and health care access. The poll finds nearly 3 in 4 Kansans feel Kansas should maximize federal funds and prevent Kansas tax dollars going to other states.
File iconKHA Public Opinion Poll Findings Report.pdf
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Findings Report, ETC Institute, January 2013, Funded by the American Hospital Association.
File iconEconomic and Employment Effects of Expanding KanCare in Kansas - Report.pdf
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This is an independent analysis of the economic impact of a Medicaid expansion, conducted by researchers at Regional Economic Models, Inc. (REMI) and the George Washington University (GW). This report was prepared for the Kansas Hospital Association and funded by the American Hospital Association. February 2013
File iconEconomic and Employment Effects of KanCare Expansion Release - February 2013.pdf
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New report shows expanding KanCare could result in a net cost savings for Kansas from 2014-2020. This independent analysis will be valuable as Kansas decides whether to accept or decline federal funds to expand the KanCare program to approximately 169,000 Kansans.
File iconMaking a Decision on Expanding KanCare 2-19 Brief.pdf
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This is an independent analysis of the economic impact of a Medicaid expansion, conducted by researchers at Regional Economic Models, Inc. (REMI) and the George Washington University (GW). This report was prepared for the Kansas Hospital Association and funded by the American Hospital Association. February 2013
File iconExpanding KanCare Can Benefit Kansas.pdf
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The Kansas Hospital Association created a two-minute informative video highlighting how Medicaid expansion is good for Kansas.
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