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Category: Press Release

Governor Bullock, Montana Healthcare Foundation Announce Perinatal Behavioral Health Initiative

New initiative expands current efforts to help improve outcomes for pregnant and postpartum women with behavioral health challenges.

Governor Bullock Announces New Medicaid Expansion Online Interactive Dashboard

New data highlights health benefits, local impact of Montana’s Medicaid expansion.

Press Release: New Analysis Looks at Reducing Health Insurance Premiums on the Individual Market

A state-based reinsurance program could save Montanans 10 to 20 percent on individual health insurance premiums.

New Analyses Find Montana Medicaid Expansion Saving Millions of Dollars, Helping Thousands Access Preventive Care

The number of uninsured Montanans halved since Montana passed Medicaid expansion in 2015.

Study: Montana’s Medicaid expansion generates more than 5,000 jobs, $270 million in personal income, and net savings for Montana’s budget

Independent analysis by the BBER examines the economic impact of Montana’s Medicaid expansion.

Montana Healthcare Foundation names Gerald Gray to its board of trustees

Gerald Gray from Billings, MT will join the Montana Healthcare Foundation’s board of trustees.

Analysis of the Senate Health Bill’s Impact on Montana (BCRA)

Updated analysis: Montana to lose $5.3 billion in federal funding for Medicaid under the proposed Senate health bill – more than 75,000 Montanans to lose health cover

Analysis of the House Health Bill’s Impact on Montana (AHCA)

Study: Montana to lose $4.8 billion in federal funding for Medicaid under the American Health Care Act and more than 70,000 Montanans to lose health coverage by 2026.

Press Release: Substance Use Disorder Community Listening Sessions

The Montana Healthcare Foundation announced Tuesday, June 6 the dates and locations of four listening sessions to be held across Montana this summer, aimed at addressing the state’s substance abuse problem.

Impact of Affordable Care Act Repeal in Indian Country

The National Indian Health Board and North Dakota State University released a report outlining the impact a full repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act would have on Tribes and American Indians/Alaska Natives across the country.