Partners

Kansas Medical Society

Kansas Medical SocietyThe Kansas Medical Society (KMS) is a member-service organization dedicated to improving the environment in which Kansas physicians practice medicine, and to protecting the health of Kansas’ citizens. As the only statewide association advocating for physicians in every specialty, KMS works hard to provide physicians a respected, effective voice in all matters related to the practice of medicine in Kansas. KMSOnline.org

Kansas Hospital Association

Kansas Hospital AssociationThe Kansas Hospital Association (KHA) is a voluntary non-profit organization existing to provide leadership and services to member hospitals. KHA is the lead organization in a group of companies and affiliates that provide a wide array of services to the hospitals of Kansas and the Midwest region. KHA.org

 

 

KaMMCO Health Solutions

Kansas Health Solutions KaMMCO Health Solutions, Inc. (KHS) is a provider-led subsidiary of the Kansas Medical Mutual Insurance Company, KaMMCO, a medical professional liability insurer affiliated with the Kansas Medical Society. KHS’ provider-led approach uniquely positions it to help physicians, other healthcare providers, integrated delivery networks, accountable care organizations, and others seeking to improve patient outcomes and adapt to new performance-based payment models through the use of data analytics and business intelligence tools.

To learn more about KHS, visit www.kammcohealthsolutions.com.

Wichita Health Information Exchange

Wichita Health Information ExchangeThe Wichita Health Information Exchange (WHIE) is a provider-led community health information exchange committed to providing functional, secure patient information at the point of care. As a partner of the Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN), WHIE will work collaboratively to ensure the development and sustainability of a highly functional health information exchange across not only the south-central Kansas medical trade region but across the entire state of Kansas. WHIE is guided by one singular principle — healthcare providers working cooperatively to improve patient care. WHIE.net