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Analysis of Proposed Policy Changes

Providing in-depth analysis of proposed health policy changes that could impact Montanans.

We work with state and national experts to analyze key health care policy proposals and provide high-quality, non-partisan information to the public and policy-makers throughout our state. For example, we have commissioned analysis on proposed work requirements for the Montana Medicaid program, the removal of continuous eligibility, and how repealing Medicaid expansion could impact Montanans.


Comments on Ending 12-Month Continuous Eligibility

Memo from George Washington University researchers on the potential impact of ending continuous eligibility under Montana’s Medicaid HELP or WASP amendments.

Analysis of Montana Senate Bill 100

Policies to limit 12-month continuous eligibility (2021 legislative session).

Proposed Work Requirements in Montana’s Medicaid Program – An Update

Analysis by the Milken Institute School of Public Health of Montana Senate Bill 658 (2019 legislative session).