A quarter of Kansas working-age adults and a third of the states children live in households dealing with medical debt.
Thats one of the takeaways from a new report commissioned by five Kansas and Missouri health foundations, believed to be the largest survey to date of health consumers in the two states.
In Kansas, about 2,600 adults and minors were included. The survey answers point to problems with access to dental and mental health care, among other services.
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