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Board Spotlight: Dasa Gangadhar, MD

September 18, 2020|Blog|

Based in Wichita, Kansas, Dasa Gangadhar, MD, is an ophthalmologist and partner at Grene Vision Group where he’s been since 1994 and is a clinical assistant professor of surgery for the KU School of Medicine. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Albany Medical College in Albany, New York, where he also completed his internship. Dr. Gangadhar completed his

Technology in the Delivery of Health Care

August 26, 2020|Blog|

Technology is not new in the delivery of health care – heart monitors, CT scans, MRI imaging and most laboratory tests rely on technology. The emerging trends in technology, however, are beginning to focus on improving health care access, improving population based health, and improving medical education. Improving access Portability and internet connectivity now make it possible to deliver care

In the News

March 5: Downtown medical school adds to leadership team, Wichita Business Journal

February 6: New founding dean at Kansas Health Science Center isn’t new to Wichita,  Wichita Business Journal

Jan. 2 - Newman’s VP of finance leaving for Kansas Health Science Center, Wichita Business Journal

Dec. 20 - Dr. Tiffany Masson named one of WBJ’s 20 to watch in the 2020s, Wichita Business Journal

Dec. 20 - KWCH 12 Features KHSC on Newstalk, KWHC

Dec. 11 - City establishes Community Improvement District for portion of Tokola’s redevelopment projects, Wichita Business Journal

Dec. 3 - Guest column: A strong core energizes an entire city, Wichita Business Journal

Nov. 15 - See interior renderings of the downtown Kansas Health Science Center, Wichita Business Journal

Sept. 5 - Demolition work nearing completion at new downtown medical school, Wichita Business Journal

August 16 – “What Kansans are looking for in the next generation of physicians” by Robert Hasty

August 13 – “A peek inside the proposed medical school in downtown Wichita”

June 21 – Things are happening downtown. What excites you most?, Wichita Business Journal

June 10 – ICOM Founding Dean to Lead New Medical School at KHSC, AACOM

June 5 – Kansas Health Science Center to open downtown in 2021, Wichita Eagle

June 4 Former ICOM dean to launch Kansas osteopathic school, Idaho Business Review

May 31 BizTalk with Bill Roy Episode 106: Project updates with Assoc. Editor Kirk Seminoff, Wichita Business Journal

May 31 – Ten Minutes With… Tiffany Masson, Wichita Business Journal

May 24 – Founding dean of ICOM to help open Kansas’ first osteopathic medical school, Idaho Press-Tribune

May 24 – Robert T. Hasty, DO, Selected as Founding Dean of KHSC, NBOME

May 24 – New medical school leaders say they’re here to innovate and cooperate, Wichita Business Journal

May 24 – Tokala steps away from downtown medical school – but not the project, Wichita Business Journal

May 23 – TCS and Kansas Health Science Center Partner for Medical Education, Philanthropy News Digest

May 23 – Downtown Wichita’s private osteopathic medical school announces leadership team, Wichita Eagle

May 23 - Kansas Health Science Center Announces New Leadership, PR Newswire

May 23 – Kansas Health Science Center names president, board of trustees, Wichita Business Journal

May 23 – Kansas Health Science Center Announces New Leadership, Yahoo Finance

May 22 – Downtown culinary school in talks with college partners, Wichita Business Journal

May 21 – Downtown Wichita medical school would be managed by Chicago-based company, Wichita Eagle

May 21 – Nonprofit TCS Education System Affiliates with Kansas Health Science Center, Inc, Yahoo Finance

May 21 – Nonprofit TCS Education System Affiliates with Kansas Health Science Center, Inc., PR Newswire

May 21 – Tokala: ‘I’m reversing what the Minnesota Guys did, Wichita Business Journal

May 21 – Tokala’s medical school received $15 million pledge, Wichita Business Journal