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This Issue Brief is the first in a series of reports from the Kansas HealthWave Evaluation Project, a three-year evaluation of HealthWave, Kansas' State Children's Health Insurance program.
This Forum Brief provided background information for a discussion about the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003 that took place on March 18, 2004
This Issue Brief focuses on the growth of a type of health care facility that provides services in a particular specialty, such as cardiology or orthopedics, and the potential impact on the health care system in a community.
The Kansas Health Institute analyzed data from a survey of 8,000 Kansas households to describe uninsured children and to identify groups of children that might be targeted for policy interventions.
This brief is part of a series that summarized findings from a comprehensive evaluation of the State Children's Insurance Program. It describes prior health insurance coverage of children entering SCHIP, as well as current coverage within their families.
This is the first in a series of Research Briefs by the Kansas Health Institute summarizing findings from a comprehensive evaluation of the State Children's Health Insurance Program. This brief describes characteristics of children entering SCHIP and Medicaid, as well as characteristics of their families.
This Forum Brief was prepared as background material for a January 2003 Kansas Health Policy Forum. The brief discusses reasons for the growth in health care spending, the outlook for the future and what the increases mean for Kansas.
The Kansas Health Institute examined a new source of information made available by the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services (SRS) to help explain why children might disenroll from the Medicaid and HealthWave programs sooner than expected.
This Issue Brief discusses the actual and potential enrollment of children in public health insurance, some of the challenges of assessing success, and implications for public health insurance in the future.
This Issue Brief examines the dynamics underlying this growth, focusing on the movement of children into, out of, and between the two Kansas programs that provide health insurance to eligible low-income children.