State health officials said Tuesday that they have rejected a corrections plan submitted by a KanCare provider seeking to improve contract performance.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said the plan submitted by Aetna Better Health of Kansas is inadequate for meeting the state's contract demands.
"KDHE does not feel that the plan submitted by Aetna adequately addresses the state’s concerns, nor does it present a clear path to compliance," agency spokeswoman Ashley Jones-Wisner said in a statement.
KDHE has requested that Aetna . . .