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Montana Plan First

  • Montana Plan First (modified: 5 years ago)
    Montana's Plan First family planning section 1115 demonstration was initially implemented on May 30, 2012. The demonstration currently provides family planning and family planning-related services to women, ages 19 through 44, losing Medicaid pregnancy coverage at the conclusion of 60 days postpartum and women, ages 19 through 44, with incomes at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL), who are not otherwise eligible for Medicaid and do not have any other health insurance coverage that provides family planning services. Montana submitted a request to extend the demonstration for three years and make the two following changes: (1) providing services to people up to and including 211% of the FPL and (2) allowing reimbursement for enrollees who have health coverage other than Medicaid or Medicare, for covered services not fully paid by the other health coverage.
  • Montana Plan First - 2018 Extension (modified: 1 year ago)
    Montana is requesting an extension of their 1115 Medicaid Family Planning Demonstration, called "Montana Plan First," with no program changes. The demonstration provides family planning services to women statewide who are: Montana residents; ages 19 - 44 with income up to and including 211% of the federal poverty level; able to bear children; and not presently pregnant. Some of the services covered include office visits, contraceptive supplies, laboratory services, and testing and treatment of STDs. The program is capped at 4,000 members and currently serves approximately 1,600 women. The federal public comment period will be open from 5/30/18 through 6/29/18.