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July 15, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Who Are the Remaining Uninsured Adult Kansans? (July 2019)

Despite gains in health insurance coverage since 2009 for nonelderly Kansas adults age 19-64, many remain uninsured. Based on the latest estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, 201,275 (11.9 percent) nonelderly Kansas adults were uninsured in 2017. This issue brief builds on information presented in the 2019 Annual Insurance Update to describe in detail those nonelderly Kansas adults who remain uninsured, including their employment, educational attainment and citizenship status.

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June 25, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

What Kansas Can Learn from Medicaid Expansion in Other States (June 2019)

Almost nine years after the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), 36 states and the District of Columbia have expanded their Medicaid programs. Fourteen states, including Kansas, have not. This issue brief examines different state approaches to expansion, as well as enrollment and cost trends and the effects of expansion on health outcomes and state economies.

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March 26, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Applied Behavior Analysis Services in Kansas (March 2019)

As the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has increased, so has a national push for coverage of ASD services, including applied behavior analysis (ABA). This report provides an overview of ABA in Kansas. It highlights regulation and availability of ABA. It also includes results from a survey of current ABA providers in Kansas regarding potential barriers to providing and receiving ABA.

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January 22, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Annual Insurance Update 2019 (January 2019)

In 2017, there were 243,305 Kansans who were uninsured, including 40,815 children age 0-18. In the Kansas Health Institute (KHI) Annual Insurance Update 2019, a comprehensive review of health insurance coverage in the state is presented using the most recent data available.

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