Gov. Laura Kelly vetoed a bill Wednesday designed to extend duration of so-called “junk” short-term health insurance plans and renewed her commitment to expanding Medicaid to provide coverage to lower-income Kansans.
A bill passed by the Kansas Legislature last week will expand the usage period on short-term health insurance plans if approved by Gov. Laura Kelly.
A new report indicates employers in some of Kansas’ most critical industries could save tens of millions of dollars a year if the state were to expand Medicaid.
A wide range of medical and mental health care weathered the forced exodus from bricks and mortar to the online realm during the pandemic. Many patients appreciated the convenience. Many doctors found it effective.