Mont. Code Ann. §§ 33-40-101 through 105 – MontanaStatus: Enacted
Authorizes the “patient-centered medical home” model of health care and grants such organizations immunity from competition law under the state action doctrine. A patient-centered medical home is a facility that is directed by a primary care provider to offer comprehensive care with an emphasis towards preventative services, utilizing alternative payment systems to recognize the value of services according to quality and outcome measures. “All health care providers and payors who participate in a patient-centered medical home shall, as a condition of participation, collectively commission one independent study on savings generated by the patient-centered medical home program and report to the children, families, health, and human services interim committee no later than September 30, 2016.”
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