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Legislators, Lobbyists Highlight Hot-Button Health Policy Issues Ahead of 2023 Session

Kansas Reflector (Tim Carpenter)

November 15, 2022 – Kansas Health Institute, a nonprofit organization in Topeka, hosted legislators and lobbyists for a conversation about issues of importance to them as well as topics likely to emerge in the 2023 Legislature.

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How We Can All Nurture the Health Care Workforce for a Changing Kansas

Kansas Reflector (David Jordan)

November 10, 2022 –  Health care is vital for our communities, but our ability to maintain the workforce needed to adequately deliver that care is under pressure. This two-part opinion piece looks at current and emerging challenges, as well as how Kansans are looking ahead to develop innovative solutions and ensure health care for generations to come.

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Big Pandemic Spending at Kansas Hospitals Could Make Your Insurance Even More Expensive

KMUW Wichita (Rose Conlon)

September 28, 2022 – Kansas hospital spending grew 13% in 2020, at a faster rate than the national average. That could mean higher health insurance premiums.

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