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November 12, 2020 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Dental Insurance Coverage and Unmet Dental Needs in Kansas (November 2020)

More than one-third (36.0 percent) of Kansans reported not having dental insurance in 2017. However, across age groups and by race/ethnicity, there were distinct differences in whether individuals had dental insurance coverage, how their coverage was provided, and whether or not they had unmet dental needs. This new report, published by the Kansas Health Institute in partnership with Oral Health Kansas, provides the most recent data available on dental insurance coverage in the state.

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December 12, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

2020 Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace (December 2019)

This is the seventh year of open enrollment for the Kansas health insurance marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The more than 80,000 Kansans who are likely to buy insurance on the marketplace will find that: there are more choices of plans available for 2020; premiums are relatively stable compared to last year; and out-of-pocket costs have gone up again. How much are monthly premiums in different areas of the state? And how could Advance Premium Tax Credits and other assistance reduce costs for low- to middle-income Kansans? Find the answers to these and other important questions in our new brief, 2020 Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace.

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