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Montana University Develops Partnership Program Guide

A little HIPAA law has raised big questions in Big Sky country. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)
A little HIPAA law has raised big questions in Big Sky country. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

The Montana State University Extension program has worked with state government officials to create a fact sheet for Montana residents who are considering participating in the state’s long-term care (LTC) partnership program.

A partnership program gives participants who exhaust private long-term care insurance (LTCI) benefits and apply for Medicaid nursing home benefits the ability to keep some assets and still qualify for Medicaid.

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