Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen has held two public meetings in the past month for the state's three health insurance companies on the Affordable Care Act Exchange to hear their case for vastly increased rates.
The Montana Patient-Centered Medical Home program is a team-based approach to primary care that emphasizes preventive care, focused disease management, patient engagement and outcomes-based assessments in quality of care.
Thanks to legislation passed last year, Montana businesses can now sell equity, stock or ownership in themselves to Montana investors without going through the normal process of licensing the equity as a security and needing a licensed securities broker.
With just days remaining before the Jan. 31 deadline for purchasing 2016 individual health insurance plans through healthcare.gov, Montana’s insurance regulator reminds consumers to look closely at the plans they consider and weigh the benefits that the plans offer...
The possible purchase of Plum Creek land in western Montana by Weyerhaeuser has already raised concerns among Montana Hunting groups, but now state officials are beginning to question the purchase as well.
Health Insurance rates on the Affordable Care Act marketplace in Montana are jumping up by as much as 40% in some cases, and state officials are calling the news “frustrating.”
“Insurance rates are going up in 2016," said Montana State Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen's Public Information Officer Jennifer McKee...