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Julius A. Karash

Steadfast and Thorough Reporter On the Health Beat

Kansas City Star

HQ Phone:  (816) 234-4636

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Kansas City Star

1729 Grand Blvd.

Kansas City, Missouri,64108

United States

Company Description

The Kansas City Star is producing a book and a special Web presentation this summer to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the skywalks' collapse at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on July 17, 1981. We are gathering readers' stories from the disaster. Please share you... more

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Employment History

Health-Care Reporter

Cerner Corporation


Affiliations

Society of American Business Editors and Writers Inc

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Kansas City Area Development Council

Board Member


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www.bottomlinecom.com

Karash: Life After Star | Karash: Life After Star | Julius Karash
Bottom Line Communications™ Bottom Line Communications™ Julius Karash Julius Karash was a steadfast and thorough reporter on the health beat at the Kansas City Star until he was shown the door in June 2008 along with several other veteran journalists. Today, Karash is proving that there is life after the Star, where he spent more than 21 years. He is a successful freelance writer in the area and has penned an interestingcolumn titled "Those Devlish Details" for the current issue of Ingram's magazine about the impact of the new health reform bill on small businesses. Somewhat ironically, Karash even quotes his former boss at the Star, business editor, Chris Lester, who is doing pretty well these days as the senior vice president for business growth at the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Karash also has a blog titled "Julius Karash on Health Care. (LINK) 07-02-2010 'CALM ASSURANCE' "Julius is a rare and wonderful person.


bottomlinecom.com

Julius Karash
Julius Karash was a steadfast and thorough reporter on the health beat at the Kansas City Star until he was shown the door in June 2008 along with several other veteran journalists. Today, Karash is proving that there is life after the Star, where he spent more than 21 years. He is a successful freelance writer in the area and has penned an interestingcolumn titled "Those Devlish Details" for the current issue of Ingram's magazine about the impact of the new health reform bill on small businesses. Somewhat ironically, Karash even quotes his former boss at the Star, business editor, Chris Lester, who is doing pretty well these days as the senior vice president for business growth at the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Karash also has a blog titled "Julius Karash on Health Care. (LINK) 07-02-2010 'CALM ASSURANCE' "Julius is a rare and wonderful person.


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By Julius A. Karash, The Kansas City Star, June, 12, 2008To reach Julius A. Karash, call 816-234-4918 or send e-mail to jkarash@kcstar.com.Go to Health/LT SvcsGo to Home PageGo to Top of Page


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Julius A. Karash, health care and business reporter for The Kansas City Star, said it was a challenge finding local patients willing to talk about their overseas procedure.
One woman was afraid her insurance company would decline to pay for any complications that may arise from her bariatric surgery in Brazil. Karash, who published a story in December on medical tourism, said he was struck by the consumer empowerment he discovered while reporting the issue. Americans are using the Internet to research medical procedures overseas. Journalists should include tips for medical tourists and tell readers why this trend is happening, Karash said. "This is a fun story to work on and it's a growing trend," Karash said.


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By Julius A. KarashBy Julius A. KarashBy Julius A. KarashBy Julius A. Karash


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