Acting secretary named for KDHE

Ceria Alfonso
Enero 13, 2018

"Andersen brings to the position a strong network of relationships with healthcare leaders across the state of Kansas", Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer said in the release.

Sam Brownback on Friday appointed Jeff Andersen the new acting secretary for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. The Kansas Senate must approve the nomination. Andersen holds a bachelor's in business from the University of Kansas and a master's in health care administration from the University of Missouri Kansas City. Most recently, he has been a vice president at Vizient/VHA where he worked with an insurance company and managed care contracting program. Before that, he was president/CEO of Mid-America Services Solution, which owned 10 hospitals and served 200 hospitals.

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Andersen takes over from KDHE attorney Darian Dernovish, who has been serving as interim secretary since former secretary Susan Mosier stepped down earlier this month.

Andersen will begin the job January 16.

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