All About the Money: The Economic Impact of Medicaid Expansion in Kansas and Missouri
How will it help our states? What will it cost?
Thursday, May 13, 6:00 to 6:45 p.m.
Timothy McBride, PhD, Bernard Becker Professor, Washington University Brown School of Social Work and Co-Director, Center For Health Economics and Policy. He was a lead author of the 2019 study, “Analysis of the Fiscal Impact of Medicaid Expansion in Missouri,” which forecasted that Missouri could save $930 million annually by 2024 with Medicaid expansion.
Kansas State Rep. Kathy Wolfe Moore, District 36 (Kansas City, Kan.). She is the ranking minority member of the House Appropriations Committee.
Summaries and Recordings of Previous Medicaid Expansion Webinars Now Available
What is Medicaid Expansion? Who is impacted and why it matters
March 11, 2021
Bridget McCandless, MD, MBA and Kansas State Sen. Pat Pettey
Playing the Long Game: Putting science and medical expertise on speed dial. Building relationships between physicians and electeds
April 8, 2021
Heidi Geisbuhler Sutherland, Missouri State Medical Association
Kansas State Sen. Cindy Holscher
Sara Prem, MPA, American Lung Association
Future Webinars – Tentative Topics
How to be an Effective Advocate: Pre- and post-COVID
Kansas Legislature Wrap-Up: Where We Landed Regarding Medicaid Expansion in Kansas
One Year After Passing Medicaid Expansion in Missouri: Where Are We Now?