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Kansas Locum Tenens (KLT) connects providers with rural health employers that need temporary primary care medical coverage. KLT can help your rural health care organization by:
Rural health care employers, including hospitals, rural ERs, primary care clinics, private practices, and urgent care facilities are eligible to participate in KLT. Services are available all across Kansas except in Douglas, Johnson, Sedgwick, Shawnee, and Wyandotte counties.
KLT Provider Requirements
Full- and part-time faculty, resident physicians, and fellows from all campuses at the University of Kansas School of Medicine (KU) provide KLT services. All KLT providers must have a full license issued by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts, a DEA certificate, and medical professional liability insurance. In addition, resident physicians must have completed Step 3 and one year of residency, and have program director approval. KLT services are provided for:
For each KLT request, complete a Service Order Form. At least four-weeks advance notice is requested. Once the KLT request is received, a provider is identified for the coverage and a contractual agreement is signed.
Upon completion of the coverage, the KLT provider submits an invoice to the employer that includes all charges and information as to whom the check should be made payable. The employer sends the remittance for the coverage to the RHES Kansas City office for final review. If the remittance is for coverage provided by a resident/fellow, the check is then forwarded to them. If a faculty member provided the coverage, the remittance is forwarded to the faculty member's departmental Foundation. The departmental Foundation then reimburses the faculty member. The $400 KLT fund fee (to help sustain the medical professional liability insurance sponsorships for residents and fellows) invoice will be sent to the organization separately at the end of the month.