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Kansas long-term care providers say they’re facing financial crises on many fronts


In addition, they said, the state of Kansas cut their reimbursement rates 4.5 percent in 2016. And while lawmakers restored that cut the following year, the state simultaneously cut their rates again by about 3 percent. "This means that nursing homes have ...


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