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Finding the right answers and information about a complicated topic like Medicaid can mean searching through hundreds of pages at government and private websites. To help seniors and caregivers get started in their search, our editors have compiled this digest of Montana Medicaid help and information resources.
 

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Montana Medicaid Eligibility

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Welcome to Montana Medicaid and Healthy Montana Kids Plus
source:Montana Department of Health and Human Services
languages: English
"Montana Medicaid is health care coverage for some low-income adults. Medicaid is run by DPHHS (the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services). Healthy Montana Kids Plus (HMK Plus) used to be called children’s Medicaid"

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Medicaid brochure or publication:
MONTANA MEDICAID FACTS

source:AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS
file size: 2pg.   languages: English
"The Medicaid program provides health insurance for over 56,000 low-income children in Montana. Medicaid is an indispensable health program providing...

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Medicaid Eligibility

source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
languages: English
Many groups of people are covered by Medicaid. Even within these groups, though, certain requirements must be met. These may include your age, whether you are pregnant, disabled, blind, or aged; your income and resources (like bank accounts, real property, or other items that can be sold for cash); and whether you are a U.S. citizen or a lawfully admitted immigrant. The rules for counting your income and resources vary from state to state and from group to group. There are special rules for those who live in nursing homes and for disabled children living at home.

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2011 HHS Poverty Guidelines

source: Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
languages: English
from the web page:
"...The poverty thresholds are the original version of the federal poverty measure... The poverty guidelines are the other version of the federal poverty measure.

 

Montana Medicaid Help & Publications, Montana Public Health Insurance, Health Care

Information from varied resources about Medicaid in Montana
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Medicaid brochure or publication:
Your New Handbook - What you need to know (Montana Medicaid)

source:Montana Department of Health and Human Services
file size: 80pp; languages: English
"This handbook contains the most current information about your Medicaid Health Insurance Services as of July 2004...."
 
more from Montana Department of Health and Human Services
Medicaid brochure or publication:
AN IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT CHANGES IN MEDICAID PRESCRIPTION DRUG SERVICES FOR “DUAL ELIGIBLES”
3 pp; languages: English
"Are you a “dual eligible”? This is someone who is eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. If so, the way you get prescription drugs has changed..."

Medicaid brochure or publication:
Getting Started With Your Medicaid Health Services - Passport to Health
2 pp; languages: English
"PASSPORT To Health is dedicated to managing the delivery of health care to Montana Medicaid clients in order to improve or maintain access and quality while minimizing the use of health care resources..."

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Medicaid web page:
Public Benefits: Medicaid

source:MontanaLawHelp.org
languages: English
"Medicaid can be confusing. There are many Medicaid programs in Montana. When you are approved for Medicaid, your Office of Public Assistance (OPA) case manager will tell you what kind of coverage you will receive..."
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Medicaid brochure or publication:
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Medicaid and SCHIP in Montana

source: US Dep't of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
file size: 7 pg.   languages: English
"As of July 2003, 92,749 people were covered under Montana's Medicaid/SCHIP programs. There were 83,199 enrolled in the Medicaid program, and 9,550 in the separate SCHIP program. In state fiscal year 2002, Montana spent $518 million to provide Medicaid services.... "
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Montana & United States State Medicaid Fact Sheets

source:Kaiser Family Foundation
file size: 1 pg.   languages: English

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Montana Medicaid and Medicare Nursing Homes

source:The Nursing Home Project
languages: English
Directory of nursing homes and long term care facilities in Montana, with Medicaid and Medicare nursing home information. Besides a state directory, there are seperate pages for the main Montana cities-
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Medicaid brochure or publication:
A Consumer's Guide to Getting and Keeping Health Insurance in Montana: Medicaid

source:healthinsuranceinfo.net
file size: 41pg.   languages: English
from GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY HEALTH POLICY INSTITUTE. As a resident of Montana, you have rights under federal and state law that will protect you when you seek to buy, keep, or switch your health insurance, even if you have a serious health condition. This guide describes your protections as a resident of Montana.
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Montana Public Health Insurance for Parents

source:National Center for Children in Poverty
languages: English
"Parents have access to public health insurance coverage primarily through plans that target “families”, with significant variation by state in the types of plans that are available and in the eligibility criteria that parents must meet. Most family plans are funded through Medicaid, but a handful of states have waivers to use State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) funds to cover parents..."
 
more from Montana Public Health Insurance for Children
languages: English
"The two major federal funding sources for low-income children’s public health insurance are Medicaid and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP)."

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