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Pitt State to offer new master’s in social work degree option

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Feb. 12, 2024 — There is a huge demand for social workers with advanced degrees in Southeast Kansas, and a new degree option to be offered by Pittsburg State University will help fill that gap. A KHI report is cited in the article.

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Kansas Health Institute shares overview of Medicaid, analysis of recent trends

WIBW (Shayndel Jones)

Jan. 18, 2024  — The Kansas Health Institute and the Kansas Legislative Research Department are releasing Kansas Medicaid: A Primer 2024. The publication includes an overview of Medicaid and CHIP, analysis of recent trends in Kansas and general information about covered services and populations.

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Gov. Laura Kelly, in State of the State, issues a call: rural Kansas must be preserved 

The Kansas City Star (Katie Bernard)

Jan 10. 2024 — Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly vowed to protect rural Kansas during her State of the State address on Wednesday, arguing that her agenda could deliver for the vast, sparse expanses of the state that have long supported Republicans. An analysis of Census data by KHI is cited in this article.

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