Welcome to the Kansas Rural Health Options Project website. This website is intended for hospital administrators, health policy leaders, and others interested in preserving and enhancing access to essential health care services in rural Kansas.
KRHOP is a public/private partnership of not-for-profit and governmental organizations including the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Bureau of Community Health Systems, the Kansas Hospital Association, the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services, and the Kansas Medical Society. KRHOP offers technical support, information, networking opportunities, funding and other resources to Critical Access Hospitals and other rural providers. KRHOP demonstrates the power of coordinated efforts by public and private sectors at the state, regional and local levels. To learn more about KRHOP, visit the overview.
Funding for the Kansas Rural Health Options Project is provided by the Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program grant (CFDA No. 93.241) from the DHHS, Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Rural Health Policy to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Bureau of Community Health Systems.