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Daily Montanan: LR-131 Passage Could Cause ‘Exodus’ of Healthcare Workers in Montana

Montana could lose healthcare professionals to other states if a ballot measure passes to require them to provide medical care for infants born at any stage of development — or potentially face criminal charges — medical leaders said.

Posted on 10/28/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
NBC Montana: Montana Healthcare Workers Voice Opposition to LR-131

Healthcare workers from across the state gathered at the Capitol rotunda in Helena, on October 27, to voice their opposition to a legislative referendum on the ballot this November.

Posted on 10/27/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
Modern Healthcare: Montana Health Officials Aim to Boost Oversight of Nonprofit Hospitals’ Giving

Montana health officials are proposing to oversee and set standards for the charitable contributions that nonprofit hospitals make in their communities each year to justify their access to millions of dollars in tax exemptions.

Posted on 10/25/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
NBC Montana: Bitterroot Health Receives Stroke Recognition Award

Bitterroot Health recently received a stroke recognition award.

The award is sponsored by the Cardiovascular Health Program within the state health department and was given out at the Montana Hospital Association’s annual meeting in September.

Posted on 10/25/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
KRTV: Great Falls hospital’s Post-COVID Recovery Program Garners Recognition

The Benefis Health System Post-COVID-19 Recovery Program team has been recognized with the Montana Hospital Association’s top honor for innovation in healthcare.

Posted on 10/25/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
Great Falls Tribune: Benefis Health System Wins Healthcare Innovation Award for Long COVID-19 Treatment

The Benefis Health System Post-COVID-19 Recovery Program team has been recognized with the Montana Hospital Association’s top honor for innovation in healthcare.

Posted on 10/17/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
Daily Montanan: What’s it worth: Lawmakers question tax breaks and benefits from Montana’s nonprofit hospitals

Montana nonprofit hospitals can choose what they consider charitable or community care, and assign whatever dollar amount they believe is reasonable, to justify their tax-exempt status in Montana, according to a legislative audit meeting held on Tuesday, October 4.

Posted on 10/06/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
Kaiser Health News: Montana Health Officials Aim to Boost Oversight of Nonprofit Hospitals’ Giving

Montana health officials are proposing to oversee and set standards for the charitable contributions that nonprofit hospitals make in their communities each year to justify their access to millions of dollars in tax exemptions.

Posted on 09/28/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
NPR: Montana Health Officials Call for More Oversight of Nonprofit Hospitals

Montana health officials are proposing to oversee and set standards for the charitable contributions that nonprofit hospitals make in their communities each year to justify their access to millions of dollars in tax exemptions.

Posted on 09/27/22 | MHA in the News | Read More
Missoulian: ‘We have no specialized care here’: Reservations struggle with limited prenatal care

Obstetric care, especially specialized care, is limited in rural communities. On reservations in Montana, it’s nearly nonexistent.

Posted on 07/26/22 | MHA in the News | Read More

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