Insurance chief promises fast fix for Kansas Medicaid
August 29, 2019
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — An insurance company with a $1 billion-a-year contract to help run the Medicaid program in Kansas is apologizing for failing to meet the state's expectations.
Aetna Medicaid CEO Randy Hyun told lawmakers on Tuesday that the company is taking steps to quickly improve its performance.
The Kansas City Star reports that Ryan said experts from across the company are coming to Kansas to help resolve issues.
Hospitals and others have complained about problems including delays and mistakes in payments to doctors and hospitals.
The program, known as Kancare, provides health cov...