The Kansas Board of Healing Arts has suspended the license of a Kansas City, Kan., chiropractor who didn’t complete assigned ethics training. But neither he nor the board are saying why he was assigned the training.
Gabe Griffin was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy when he was 3 years old. Now, the Hope for Gabe Foundation is raising awareness for his disorder and a recent price spike in a drug treatment through a cross-country trip behind a cyclist in the Race Across America.
Ride 4 Gabe is a cross-country mission following a cyclist in the Race Across America to bring attention to Duchenne muscular dystrophy and a recent price increase in a drug treatment for the disorder.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is hosting a public input session on KanCare, the state’s privatized Medicaid system, Saturday in Olathe. The public hearings are a federal requirement as the state seeks to renew KanCare.
The Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Research Medical Center and other groups are sponsoring a two-day symposium focused on helping medical professionals improve their work-life balance and avoid burnout.
A study by the Missouri Hospital Association found that states that didn’t expand Medicaid will continue to lose billions in federal funding compared to those that did under the American Health Care Act, leading to more uncompensated care and strain on hospitals.