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Fifteen people have been selected to serve on a subcommittee that will examine matters related to transparency in health care pricing, the presiding officer of a legislative interim committee announced on Wednesday. 

A legislative committee will wrap up a study of guardianship matters and Alzheimer's disease later this month when it takes action on several proposals for the 2017 Legislature.
A legislative committee will determine whether and how to proceed with several bill drafts related to guardianship matters and Alzheimer's disease when it meets June 20 in Helena.
A legislative committee will continue work on two mental health studies and review six preliminary bill drafts for its study of guardianship and Alzheimer's disease when it meets in Helena on May 9.
The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee will work on its three studies and hear about proposed legislation for pain patients when it meets March 10-11 in Helena.

The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee will hear national and state perspectives on guardianship, dementia, and children's mental health outcomes when it meets Jan. 11 in Helena.

Thursday, December 31, 2015/Categories: Legislative Branch/Tags: Children Families Health & Human Services Interim
The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee will travel to Billings this month to hear ideas for its study of children's mental health outcomes. The committee also will take an in-depth look at Alzheimer's disease at its Nov. 19-20 meeting, which will be...
Tuesday, November 10, 2015/Categories: Legislative Branch/Tags: Children Families Health & Human Services Interim

A legislative committee will be looking for ideas from mental health providers and others interested in Montana's system of children's mental health services when it meets next month in Billings.

The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee will begin work on three studies and review the state's proposal for expanding the Montana Medicaid program when it meets Sept. 14 in Helena.

The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee will meet in Helena on June 3 to decide how to proceed with mental health and guardianship studies that it will be working on between now and next fall.

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