Provider Eligibility Requirements
Register as a Provider
To register as a KLT provider, an eligible physician must complete the appropriate form below. Resident physicians must comply with all KU Medical Center policies and procedures regarding participation in the KLT program.
Malpractice Insurance for Resident Physicians and Fellows
All KU resident physicians and fellows are required to have individual malpractice insurance to participate in the KLT program.
Alternatively, you can purchase your Kansas individual malpractice insurance through KaMMCO. Please use the information provide below to assist you.Malpractice Insurance Application
Contact Andrea Ellis for more information at 1-888-503-4221 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kansas Locum Tenens malpractice insurance fund is generously supported by gifts from Earl Merkel, M.D., and his wife Kathleen, of Russell, Kan., and the Dane G. Hansen Foundation of Logan, Kan. These gifts counts toward Far Above: The Campaign for Kansas, the university's $1.2 billion comprehensive fundraising campaign. Far Above seeks support to educate future leaders, advance medicine, accelerate discovery and drive economic growth to seize the opportunities of the future.
The campaign is managed by KU Endowment, the independent, nonprofit organization serving as the official fundraising and fund-management organization for KU. Founded in 1891, KU Endowment was the first foundation of its kind at a U.S. public university.
Primary Care Fee Schedule
KLT services are reimbursed at the coverage rates listed below. In addition, off site lodging will be provided.
|Daily Rate (24hrs.)
(minimum 1 day pay required)
|Holiday pay (per day):||$||200|
|Travel Rate (per hour):||$||30|
|Late Fee* (per day):||$||25|
*A new policy requires KLT providers to be paid within two weeks after coverage. Late payments incur a $25 per day fee from the client that gets paid directly to the KLT provider.
Upon completion of the locum tenens coverage, the resident/faculty provider submits an invoice to the rural physician or hospital that includes all charges and information as to whom the check should be made payable. The rural physician or hospital sends the remittance for the coverage to Rural Health Education and Services — Kansas City office. If the remittance is for coverage provided by a resident, the check is forwarded to the resident. If a faculty member provided the coverage, the remittance is forwarded to that faculty member's departmental Foundation. The departmental Foundation reimburses the faculty member for providing the coverage.