Event Recap: Bring It Learning Series ‒ KanCare 3.0, What’s next for Medicaid managed care?

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Feb 20, 2024


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Current managed care organization contracts will expire at the end of 2024. On Tuesday, Feb. 20, KHI provided an overview of the Kansas Medicaid and CHIP (KanCare) procurement process, stakeholder input, and KanCare’s vision and goals for new contracts.

This convening is part of the 2024 KHI Health Policy Educational Series — Bring It!

A recording of the event is below.

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