Access to Care

Access to Care

There are many ways Kansans can access health care—through hospitals, doctor’s offices, local health departments and other public clinics. Access to care can be affected by health insurance coverage, the cost and quality of care, and the number of providers available across the state. KHI examines how state and federal policy decisions affect these and other aspects of access to care.

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All Annual Insurance Update Reports

August 31, 2017 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Report: Annual Insurance Update 2017

The Kansas Health Institute (KHI) has released its Annual Insurance Update, which this year describes insurance coverage in the state during 2015, the second year of full implementation of the insurance expansion provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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Report: Annual Insurance Update 2017
August 25, 2016 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Report: Annual Insurance Update 2016

The Kansas Health Institute (KHI) has released its Annual Insurance Update, which provides an in-depth look at insurance coverage in Kansas—primarily based on the latest American Community Survey (ACS) data gathered by the U.S. Census Bureau. 

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Report: Annual Insurance Update 2016
July 07, 2014 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Annual Report Describes Insurance Coverage in Kansas

The Kansas Health Institute has released its Annual Insurance Update, providing an in-depth look at insurance coverage in the Sunflower State. The report examines public and private insurance coverage using data from the 2012 U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS).

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April 17, 2013 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Annual Insurance Update 2012

As efforts to reform the health care system — nationally and here in Kansas — continue, this Annual Insurance Update 2012 provides new information from the U.S. Census Bureau on insurance coverage in Kansas.

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