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A legislative committee will delve into topics ranging from Medicaid expansion to services for people with developmental disabilities and planned reductions in state health and human services spending when it meets Jan. 18-19 in Helena.

A subcommittee studying transparency in health care pricing will examine the factors involved in pricing and reimbursement of health care services when it meets Jan. 17 in Helena.

A majority of the members of an interim legislative committee have decided that four rules reducing reimbursement rates for providers of health care and human services have been changed in a way that addresses an objection the committee made to the rules.

Thursday, December 28, 2017/Categories: Legislative Branch/Tags: Children Families Health & Human Services Interim

The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee and the House Joint Resolution 20 Subcommittee on transparency in health care pricing will not meet as scheduled next week, due to potential conflicts with the special legislative session that begins on Nov. 14.

The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee will hold a conference call meeting at 1 p.m. on Nov. 8 to review a draft letter formally objecting to proposed administrative rules that would reduce provider reimbursement rates.

The Economic Affairs Interim Committee of the Legislature voted at its Sept. 14 meeting to devote a major portion of the next 12 months to studying the future of Montana State Fund.

The Children, Families, Health, and Human Services Interim Committee will cover topics ranging from prescription drug costs to services for developmentally disabled adults to Medicaid funding and Medicaid provider rate cuts when it meets on Sept. 11. 

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.
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