Direct Primary Care

Introduced on Jan. 11, 2021
Status: Signed into Law

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Summary

Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a growing direct care model where Montana patients bypass insurance entirely to pay doctors, in the form of a membership, in exchange for unlimited access to primary care services for as little as $70 per month. SB 101, proposed by Senator Cary Smith of Billings, follows the Frontier Institute’s recommendations to permanently authorize DPC and other direct care arrangements, creating a definition for DPC in state law.

Click here to see the most up-to-date status information on the bill.

Click here to read Frontier Institute’s statement of support for SB101.

Last Action

Up for hearing on 1/20 in Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs Committee