On Nov. 30, 2022, the Kansas Health Institute (KHI) offered an education session to explore why health insurance coverage remains out of reach for many Kansans. After KHI provided an overview of health insurance coverage in Kansas, a panel of individuals who work as navigators shared stories describing the experiences of Kansans who are seeking health insurance and care.
Health Insurance Coverage and the Kansas Experience
3 Min Read
Dec 02, 2022
- Kate Gramlich, Cover Kansas Project Specialist, Community Care Network of Kansas
- Jennifer Wilson, Cover Kansas Virtual Navigator, Community Care Network of Kansas
- Leah Gagnon, Director of Patient Engagement and Wesley House, Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas
- LeAndra Hancock, Community Health Worker, Allen County, Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas
- Karen Morgan, Family Resource Specialist, Crawford County, Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas
If you would like to talk to one of our panelists, contact us.
View a recording of the session below.
About Kansas Health Institute
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.