Montana Care Issue Reporting

Project Term: 12 months; 2015-2018 (project extended)
Grant Amount: $20,000

Montana Public Radio will collaborate with Yellowstone Public Radio to research, produce, and broadcast statewide 16 in-depth stories on current health and healthcare issues in Montana. This funding would allow reporters to travel to remote parts of the state to research and cover issues relevant to rural Montanans and tribes.

Articles:*

  1. Montana Legislature Questions Cost of Air Ambulance Services (Dec 1, 2015)
  2. Montana Healthcare Leaders Aiming for Reform, Innovation (Jan 20, 2016)
  3. Montana Primed for Growth in Healthcare Spending, Jobs (Jan 27, 2016)
  4. Montana’s Growing Demand for Health Professionals Spurs Education Initiatives (Feb 22, 2016)
  5. Tester: ‘Veterans Choice Managers Inept,’ New Law Needed (Mar 3, 2016)
  6. Chronic Pain Patients Propose Policy Changes (Mar 10, 2016)
  7. Chronic Pain Patients Lobby For ‘Bill of Rights’ (Mar 11, 2016)
  8. Veterans Health Fix Failing in Montana (Apr 18, 2016)
  9. Montana’s ‘Pain Refugees’ Leave State for Treatment (Apr 25, 2016)
  10. Pain Helped Him Pull the Trigger (Apr 26, 2016)
  11. State Medical Board Examines Pain Treatment, Opioid Abuse Questions (May 23, 2016)
  12. Montana’s Medicaid Expansion Jobs Program Facing Scrutiny (Nov 21, 2016)
  13. Montana Healthcare Leaders Want to Ditch Fax Machines, Build An ‘Information Utility’ (Dec 8, 2016)
  14. Tester: Obamacare Repeal Has ‘Real World Impacts’ (Jan 8, 2017)
  15. Obamacare Brings Insurance, Jobs to Montana’s Indian Reservations (Jan 12, 2017)
  16. Montana Healthcare Employment Up in 2016, Future Uncertain (Jan 25, 2017)

*Disclaimer: The statements and conclusions of these articles are those of the Grantee and not necessarily those of the Montana Healthcare Foundation.

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