We are committed to building healthier communities across Kansas in partnership with the State of Kansas, providers, community leaders, and our members. Together, we can create equitable, community-centric solutions that drive improved quality and health outcomes.
In support of our mission, we’re focused on:
- Delivering high-quality, value-based care
- Removing barriers to care
- Building community-based partnerships
- Advancing health equity for all Kansans
Our team is deeply embedded in the communities we serve. Our experience living and working in Kansas informs the way we serve our members. We maintain a culture of quality that lowers cost, maximizes value, and increases member and provider satisfaction. We collaborate to create partnerships that promote access to care, reduce health disparities, and advance population health. Social and economic factors have a profound impact on health. For that reason, we look to engage providers and community partners to uncover and address local community needs that impact social determinants of health.
We are committed to serving our community and finding innovative approaches to support the whole-person needs of our members and of all Kansans. It’s our privilege to work within the Kansas healthcare system to help people live healthier lives.
Chief Executive Officer — UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Kansas
Improving health equity, including in rural and frontier regions
We work to advance health equity by eliminating barriers to care, addressing systemic inequities and supporting a modernized Medicaid program that addresses social determinants of health and culturally-responsive care. Our health care vision is inclusive of complex populations and underserved communities.
Developing innovative approaches to care through community and provider relationships
We bring together local care providers, community leaders and neighborhood social programs to help people meet the full spectrum of their wellness needs. And in the process, we are helping entire communities strengthen their physical, behavioral and social health.