How will the Trump tax plan affect you?
On this episode of "Resource Central," host Joe Reinecker talks to Lou Ann Kibbee about the impending Republican tax plan and how it would affect SKIL and its customers. Kibbee is the Systems Advocacy Manager at SKIL.
On this week's episode of "Resource Central," host Joe Reinecker asks Cinda Davis, a Pittsburg SKIL customer, "What has SKIL done for you?" Davis suffered a head injury as the result of an automobile accident, and also has rheumatoid arthritis and epileptic seizures. She has been a SKIL customer for the past three years. Here she talks about how SKIL's assistance has been beneficial in allowing her to lead a fulfilling life.
On this week's episode of "Resource Central," host Joe Reinecker talks with Mindy Bowdre, the Accounts Receivable and Billing Manager in the Parsons office. They talk about the upcoming annual 2017 SKIL Christmas dinner. This year's theme is "Home for the Holidays." The dinner, which is open to all SKIL customers, employees, and the general public, will be held at the Parsons VFW (105 Main) at 5:30 pm on December 1, 2017.
The 1115 draft is out for public comment. Click here to read it.
Contact and comment info is available in the document.
Comments will be accepted until November 26, 2017.
The State intends to submit the renewal request no later than December 31, 2017
"The Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE), in partnership with the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) is pleased to submit this Section 1115 demonstration renewal application for the KanCare program. KanCare, Kansas’ statewide mandatory Medicaid managed care program, was implemented on January 1, 2013 , under authority of a waiver through Section 1115 of the Social Security Act. The initial demonstration was approved for five years, and the Centers for Medicare and Medi caid Services (CMS) approved a one-year extension on October 13, 2017. The original goals of the KanCare demonstration focused on providing integrated and whole-person care, creating health homes, preserving or creating a path to independence, and establishing alternative access models with an emphasis on home and community-based services (HCBS). Building on the success of the current KanCare demonstration , the goal for KanCare 2.0 is to help Kansans achieve healthier, more independent lives by coordinating services and supports for social determinants of health and independence in addition to traditional Medicaid benefits. The State of Kansas (the State) seeks a five-year Section 1115 demonstration renewal from CMS to further improve health outcomes, coordinate care and social services, address social determinants of health, facilitate achievement of member independence, and advance fiscal responsibility."
On this episode of "Resource Central," host Joe Reinecker talks with Melanie Burnett. She is the newly-relocated Residential Coordinator in the Parsons office. (She worked previously for SKIL in Fredonia.) She discusses her work history, her goals, and what she does for SKIL.