Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen announced today that following an extensive rate review process, her office has found the rates filed for health insurance in the individual and small-group marketplaces by Health Care Services Corp. (doing business as Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana) to be unreasonable. This is the first time that such a finding has been issued.
Montana’s Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica J. Lindeen this week unveiled data showing progress in the Montana Patient-Centered Medical Home program, an innovative team-based approach to primary care that emphasizes preventive care, focused disease management, patient engagement and outcomes-based assessments in quality of care. The PCMH Program includes 68 primary care clinics across the state.
HELENA – More Montanans have health coverage than ever before and the percentage of those without insurance has dropped by nearly two-thirds in less than three years, according to a …
HELENA, Mont. — As Billings-area residents assess the damage from last weekend’s hailstorm, Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen is warning residents to beware of “storm chasers,” or contractors who …
Thousands of Montana university students are receiving money back on their health insurance premiums, thanks to an agreement reached by Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen with the …
With less than a week left for thousands of Montanans to protect themselves from a recent insurance company data leak, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica J. Lindeen is reminding affected Montanans to take advantage of the credit-protection services offered to them – including $1 million in free insurance coverage against losses related to the data breach.
Montana gained nearly 40 captive insurance companies in 2015, further raising the state’s profile as a leading player in the industry while increasing tax revenues and economic activity for the state.
With just days remaining before the Jan. 31 deadline for purchasing 2016 individual health insurance plans through www.healthcare.gov, Montana’s insurance regulator reminds consumers to look closely at the plans they consider and weigh the benefits that the plans offer.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen’s office was notified by New West Health Services today of a security breach that may affect the personal information of 25,000 past and present New West customers.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen issued a consumer advisory Thursday, alerting Montanans to issues with private air ambulance services and encouraging Montanans to investigate the services thoroughly before signing a contract with one.