Future of Health Care

Reassessing Mandatory Mastectomy Recommendations

New guidelines on how to treat hereditary breast cancer could be a gamechanger.


When Hospitals Don’t Compete, Patients Pay the Price

Here’s a newsflash: When businesses don’t need to compete for customers, they tend to raise prices.


Solving the Doctor Shortage and Medical School Bottleneck

Tens of thousands of Americans apply to U.S. medical schools each year. Only a fraction gain admission. The University of Arizona, for instance, posted a 1.9% acceptance rate in 2018. UCLA, Florida State University and Wake Forest accepted fewer than 3% of applicants.


Kidney Walk Raises Funds for Lifesaving Programs

Locals gather to support Kidney Health and offer one another hope.


New Glaucoma Surgeries Now Available at Grene Vision Group

The minimally invasive procedures enable patients to heal in a week, with little interruption to their lifestyles.


A Mentorship Program that Helps Smooth the Path to Practice

Sound physicians provides new doctors with guidance and support while they adjust to their roles.


KHA Celebrates Members Who Embody Keys for Success at Annual Convention

Kansas Hospital Association’s annual convention focused on Keys for Success, including leadership, collaboration, innovation and commitment.

“Those were the themes that ran throughout the convention, and they tied closely into the awards we presented,” says Cindy Samuelson, KHA’s Vice...


A Culture of Quality

Sound Physicians, a growing hospitalist group, looks for top-notch recruits.


Vaccines, Obesity Have Changed Pediatric Practice During Dr. Van Sickle’s Career

The Topeka physician has devoted more than three decades to the health of up-and-coming generations.