HELENA — In Montana, as many as 20,000 holders of individual health insurance policies are getting or will get letters from insurers saying their current policies don’t comply with Obamacare regulations and are being “discontinued.” But insurers say the letters are not cancellations, and tha…
Packed into a conference room at RiverStone Health on Friday afternoon, more than 250 Billings residents listened and asked questions about the Affordable Care Act as state auditor and insurance commissioner Monica Lindeen explained the new law.
This week our legislators will have an opportunity to vote on meaningful and positive changes in the health care delivery system in Montana. Our legislators will decide if they will expand Medicaid health insurance coverage to 70,000 low-income Montanans who now have no insurance. These Mont…
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock is ramping up the pressure on lawmakers by taking his Medicaid expansion request, one of the legislative session's bigger issues, straight to his constituents.
CASPER, Wyo. — Three months after losing her home and a lifetime of belongings, Rose Cash will be the first to tell you she’s a lucky woman.
HELENA — A federal judge has approved a government antitrust settlement involving two Montana health insurers after one of the companies was broken up. U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull approved the settlement on Thursday, saying that it was in the public interest.