All Montanans deserve affordable and easily accessible health care. Our health care systems must meet the needs of all Montanans, including people living on low-incomes, children and families, seniors, and people with disabilities. Health care policy in Montana must also recognize the sovereignty of Tribal Nations and uphold treaty obligations to provide health care. MBPC provides research on state and federal policies and proposals to highlight areas where health care can be made more affordable and accessible for everyone in our state.
As a result of the expansion, 15,286 eligible American Indians are currently accessing a comprehensive range of health care services at locations across the state. Not only does this have the...Read more
During COVID, Medicaid provided an important safety net to thousands of laid-off workers. Without it, thousands of Montana workers would have faced a dual tragedy of losing their jobs and their health...Read more
MBPC is a nonprofit organization focused on providing credible and timely research and analysis on budget, tax, and economic issues that impact low- and moderate-income Montana families.