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Kansas workers, health providers and employers increasingly rely on broadband access for their jobs, health care and enterprises. An in-person policy forum on Monday, Dec. 12, 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m., will examine how to meet demand and address consumer and health providers’ concerns.
The program, “Broadband Access and Telehealth: Exploring Policy Approaches for Kansas,” will be held at the Kansas Health Institute, 212 SW 8th Ave. #300, in Topeka, KS. The program is designed to engage state policymakers, hospital and health system leaders, insurers and rural network directors. The forum is hosted by the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund, REACH Healthcare Foundation, and Kansas Health Institute.
Featured speakers include:
The presentation of recent studies and program development will be followed by a policy leader panel, offering perspectives on future broadband expansion and telehealth usage.
Policy leader panel:
The panel will also include a Kansas policymaker.
The program begins at 10 a.m.; lunch will be provided.
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