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2020 Top 10 Most Viewed Reports from KHI (January 2021)

What did our readers view the most?

By KANSAS HEALTH INSTITUTE | January 06, 2021

2020 Top 10 Most Viewed Reports from KHI (January 2021)

Experts at the Kansas Health Institute explore a wide range of health policy topics, which is why visitors to KHI.org are just as likely to find county-level health data as they are to learn how proposed health policy changes in Topeka and D.C. could affect Kansans. 

To illustrate, we've ranked the most-read items in 2020 from the KHI website.

1. A Kansas Twist — Reopening Plans for Kansas Counties (May-December 2020)
2. Medicaid Expansion in Kansas: Estimated Enrollment and Costs (January 2020)
3. Health at the Capitol: Special Edition — Summary of HB 2016 (June 2020)
4. HI-C: Health Impact Checklist (February 2020)
5. A Kansas Twist: The Rapidly Changing National Marijuana Debate (February 2020)
6. 2020 Kansas Legislative Preview (January 2020)
7. Uninsured Rates Across Kansas Counties (September 2020)
8. 2020 County Health Rankings: County Profiles (March 2020)
9. ICYMI: Virtual Event — Prescriptions for Change (September 2020)
10. Insurance Coverage in the Medicaid Expansion Target Population (February 2020)

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The Kansas Health Institute supports effective policymaking through nonpartisan research, education and engagement. KHI believes evidence-based information, objective analysis and civil dialogue enable policy leaders to be champions for a healthier Kansas. Established in 1995 with a multiyear grant from the Kansas Health Foundation, KHI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization based in Topeka.