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Medicaid members and providers can receive information and have questions answered about the switch to KanCare during a 12-city tour put on by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
It is the second round of educational tours put on by the KDHE and the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.
Meetings are scheduled Sept. 24-26 in the following cities:
"From what we've experienced at the most recent educational meetings, people are eager for us to implement KanCare and to be able to choose among the three health plans that will be offering services they aren't currently receiving," said Robert Moser, KDHE Secretary and state health officer.