Bring It Learning Series ‒ Leveraging an Expanded Health Care Team in Kansas

February 13


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Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, noon-1 p.m.

Kansas, like many states, faces significant challenges in delivering adequate health care services for all communities. One potential approach to addressing these challenges is leveraging community paramedics and other health care professionals in a broader care team that extends beyond the hospital or clinic. We’ll examine challenges and gaps, particularly in rural Kansas, and discuss key policy considerations for optimizing the health care workforce.


  • via Zoom (link will be sent with your registration confirmation)

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Continuing Education Credits

Continuing education credits for the following professionals will be offered as appropriate – physicians, APRNs, RNs and social workers. Other participants may request a certificate of attendance. Instructions to receive credit or a certificate will be provided at the event.

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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.

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