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Kansas' Financial Institutions Proactive on Coronavirus

Kansas banks and credit unions stand ready, as always, to meet the financial services needs of our state’s families and businesses during the coronavirus public health emergency.

The Kansas Bankers Association, Community Bankers Association of Kansas and the Heartland Credit Union Association, collectively represent your Kansas federally insured depository institutions, including commercial banks, savings and loans and credit unions. On behalf of our members, we want to share the following important information with you. Click here to learn more.

 

Kansas Bankers

As your association, we want to keep you aware of any major trends and developments happening around the state that could impact your business. As we move into what appears to be the heart of this crisis, please know we stand ready at the KBA to assist you in any way possible. While we are taking measures to limit exposure and protect our employees, we will continue to serve Kansas banks and Kansas bankers throughout this challenging period. If you need assistance, please reach out to us at (785) 232-3444.

Click here for resources to help monitor the situation and be prepared for everyday life and/or business operations.

We are at your service,

KBA Staff
 

KBA Medical Plan and COVID-19

The KBA Medical Plan is following all of the BCBS of Kansas policies in regards to how our Plan is handling the Coronavirus. You will find attached the current BCBS of Kansas response. Please note that this may evolve over time and you can always find the most current update at the BCBS of Kansas website homepage (bcbsks.com). If you or your employees have questions they should contact BCBS of Kansas customer service at the number listed on their ID cards.

People are being encouraged to use telemedicine to the extent possible during this time. Please remind your staff that the KBA Medical Plan does have access to telemedicine through BCBS of Kansas and the Amwell Medical Group. Attached is a brochure describing this benefit and we would highly encourage you to provide this to your staff that is covered under the KBA Medical Plan. Please be aware that due to the sudden demand for this service that average wait times have risen from 7 minutes to over 15 to 25 minutes. A patient is able to leave their name and number and receive a call back without losing their place in line and Amwell is addressing this and working to reduce wait times.

Women in Banking Conference

Mark your calendar for October 15-16, 2020 at the Embassy Suites in Olathe. Click here for more information. Full details will be available around March 1.

2020 Education & Training Preview Now Available

A list of conferences, seminars and workshops for 2020 is now available. Contact KBA Educational Resources for more information or e-mail Becky Milne.