The Medicaid services at issue are provided under agreements with the federal government known as waivers that allow states to use alternative methods to pay for or deliver health care services.
The Unified Government Board of Commissioners approved a new master development plan that includes a state-of-the-art community center, more green space in which to exercise and access to healthy foods at a 30,000- to 35,000-square-foot urban grocery store.Continue Reading
The senior advocacy group plans to introduce a bill in the upcoming legislative session requiring hospitals to demonstrate follow-up care instructions for caregivers before their loved ones are sent home.Continue Reading
Kansas law currently bars state officials from placing restrictions on mental health drugs prescribed to Medicaid recipients. A legislative committee recommended repealing that law last week, saying the state needs to step in to prevent inappropriate uses of such drugs.Continue Reading