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- About KHI
0 | Oct. 25, 2012 |
The Kansas Health Institute delivered this presentation to the Murphy Society at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. The presentation includes an overview of Affordable Care Act provisions that already are in effect and those that are yet to be implemented.
0 | Oct. 19, 2010 |
The Kansas Health Institute delivered this presentation to a meeting of Atchison Hospital’s Healthcare Resource for a Healthy Community Committee. The presentation describes the purpose and methodology of the Kansas County Health Rankings, and how the report and its subsequent efforts relate specifically to the health of Atchison County.
0 | Apr. 06, 2010 |
On April 6, 2010, the Kansas Health Institute held the “Meeting the Challenges of Underinsurance” convening to present the findings from "The Underinsured in Kansas" project and explore policy implications and opportunities based on the results.
0 | Mar. 09, 2010 |
In November 2009, the Kansas Health Institute (KHI) launched Children’s Health in All Policies (CHAP), a new initiative designed to address policies that impact children’s health in the context of policy-making at all levels.
0 | Nov. 10, 2009 |
This presentation describes the need for detailed, state-level data about the adequacy of health insurance plans.
0 | Nov. 10, 2009 |
This presentation describes Kansas' work using the concept of regional cooperation to meet potential national accreditation standards for public health departments.
0 | Sep. 16, 2009 |
This presentation describes Kansas' work in the Multi-state Learning Collaborative III. The MLC-3 project marks the second year Kansas has been involved with other states exploring potential impacts of efforts to construct national accreditation standards for public health departments.
0 | Jul. 17, 2009 |
Kansas has the 18th highest infant mortality rate in the nation, with more than 300 infant deaths in 2008. The rate is higher than in many developing countries, including Cuba and Croatia.
0 | May. 11, 2009 |
Maximizing Office Based Immunizations in Kansas (MOBI-KS) is an educational program designed to improve immunization rates at physician offices. KHI evaluated the program to assess its effectiveness and to identify processes that can be improved.
0 | Feb. 19, 2009 |
The concept of "personal responsibility" as it relates to the state's Medicaid population is frequently cited in discussions about the Kansas public health insurance program.