The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 26, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 26, 1963
Page 7
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Sg^ ^SBT^?WW??^^ Would Provide Medical Clare For Kansas Aged TOPEKA (AP)-A package welfare bill—featured by implementation of the Ken-Mills plan for medical care for the aged—was recommended for passage by the Senate Public Welfare Committee Monday. The bill also would bring other phases of state assistance in line with federal programs. Recommendation came after two weeks of hearings and discussions. Medical care for the aged would cover 2,300 additional cases annually at an estimated cost of $1,800,000, according to Marvin Larson, state director of social welfare. Larson said 56.3 per cent would be paid by the federal government. The remainder would be shared equally by the state and the counties. The program would apply to residents of the state over 65 who are without sufficient income or property to provide for medical services. Those drawing old age assistance would be ineligible because they already have similar benefits available. Larson said persons who apply for the new medical care would be cleared by the county welfare departments. Hospital and doctor bills would be forwarded to the State Board of Social Welfare. To qualify, a person's income would have to be below a limit to be set by the state board. Larson said early studies suggest the amount should be $1,200 annually for a single person and $1,800 for a married couple. Limits also would be set on the value of home, cars and house hold goods owned by an applicant. Larson said payments to hos- THE OTTAWA HERALD 7 Tuesday, February 26, 1963 * pitals would be in line with those of private health insurance companies. A "negotiable" plan of fees suitable to doctors is under consideration, he said. Items tacked onto the bill would expand aid to dependent children and combine aid to the blind and the disabled with old age assistance. Larson said this would take advantage of federal medical payments to the blind and the disabled. 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