CKF Addiction Treatment (CKF) is launching a telehealth addiction treatment pilot program with the Kansas Medicaid (KanCare) managed care organizations (MCOs) CVS Health/Aetna Better Health of Kansas, Centene/Sunflower Health Plan, and UnitedHealthcare. For the pilot, CKF is working with primary care provider organizations to screen KanCare members for addiction disorder. Those who screen positive will be offered the option to receive home-based outpatient treatment from CKF via telehealth. CKF anticipates serving from 45 to 100 KanCare beneficiaries. KanCare members who screen positive, but need detoxification or residential addiction treatment will be connected to CKF directly via a . . .