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0 | May. 09, 2013 |
With initial assistance from the REACH Healthcare Foundation, more than a dozen safety-net medical providers in Johnson and Wyandotte counties have started working to improve care coordination by sharing patient records electronically.
0 | May. 08, 2013 |
Gov. Brownback has been criss-crossing the state touting his plan to provide level funding for universities in Kansas next year. The final stop on the governor’s tour was Tuesday at the University of Kansas School of Medicine’s Salina campus.
0 | May. 07, 2013 |
The head of of a Topeka-based child advocacy group said today that she was disappointed she couldn't get more information sooner from the Attorney General's Office about details of the state's recent arbitration agreement with the nation's tobacco companies. Legislators return to the Statehouse on Wednesday to begin wrapping up the budget and that information could be useful for deciding how to fund children's programs, she and others said.
0 | May. 02, 2013 |
In Kansas, more than 34,000 pounds of unused drugs have been turned in at the semi-annual events since 2010 and nationwide, 2 million pounds.
0 | Apr. 29, 2013 |
People involved with Medicaid services for children say they are hopeful the state’s new KanCare program will someday lead to improved services and health outcomes. But for now, they report dealing with some of the same problems and frustrations others in the program have experienced.
Determined to move Wyandotte County, Kansas, out of last place in the County Health Rankings, Mayor Joe Reardon and community partners are working together to improve the health of the county's citizens.
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→ More on the 2011 County Health Rankings: khi.org/chr