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As of October 1, 2013, there are many new options for Kansans to consider when purchasing health insurance. This report provides information detailing the cost of various health insurance plans available by premium rating areas across the state.
This presentation — delivered to the Wichita City Council on Oct. 22 — outlines the findings of the recently completed health impact assessment of options before the council for improving the city's bus system.
Later this week, two different sources will release annual insurance coverage numbers. Which is right? Which is best? KHI’s policy team helps you understand the differences in this webinar.
The logistics behind operating and funding a nonprofit journalism enterprise was the topic of a gathering today of the Kansas Grantmakers in Health trustees. Nonprofit media discussed included the Texas Tribune, the California HealthCare Foundation's Center for Health Reporting, the KHI News Service, and various media funded by the Colorado Health Foundation, by the Sunflower Foundation and by the HealthCare Foundation of Greater Kansas City.
The Kansas Health Institute delivered this presentation at the 2013 Kansas Association for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Annual Conference.
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.
The Kansas Health Institute delivered this presentation at the 2012 HIA International Meeting.
The Kansas Health Institute delivered this presentation — which looks at the methodology of a casino Health Impact Assessment — at the 2012 HIA International Meeting.
The Kansas Health Institute delivered this presentation at the National Network of Public Health Institutes 2012 meeting.
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.
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.
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.
This presentation describes the need for detailed, state-level data about the adequacy of health insurance plans.
This presentation describes Kansas' work using the concept of regional cooperation to meet potential national accreditation standards for public health departments.
Health policy can be affected by a number of factors, including political and personal beliefs; governmental structures and public opinion.