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Health Care Commission

Establishment

The Kansas State Employees Health Care Commission (HCC) was created by the 1984 Legislature through the enactment of  K.S.A. 75-6501 et. seq. to "develop and provide for the implementation and administration of a state health care benefits program…It may provide benefits for persons qualified to participate in the program for hospitalization, medical services, surgical services, non-medical remedial care and treatment rendered in accordance with a religious method of health and other health services." (See  HCC Annual Report).

Commissioners

DeAngela Burns-Wallace, Chair and Secretary of Administration

Rebekah Gaston, Current State Employee

Steve Dechant, Retiree from the Classified Service

Anthony Hensley, Representative of the General Public

Vicki Schmidt, Commissioner of Insurance

Senator Carolyn McGinn, Representative of the Senate Ways & Means Committee

Representative Brenda Landwehr, Representative of the House Appropriations Committee

Annual Report

Audit Reports

Staff and Committees

Janet Stanek, Director,  State Employee Health Plan

Natalie Yoza, President,  Employee Advisory Committee

Related Links

State Employee Health Plan Website
Employee Advisory Committee  
KPERS
Medicare Part D Information  
SHICK