Montana Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP)
Through Montana SMP, senior volunteers help fellow seniors become pro-active consumers identifying potential mistakes, abuse or fraud in medical billing. The volunteers use Montana SMP tools to teach seniors how to understand their Medicare Summary Notices and to compare them with other health care bills to determine any balances owed. Montana SMP volunteers also give presentations in the community to help educate consumers, their families and caregivers about waste, fraud and abuse in the Medicare system.
The Montana SMP program is statewide and has coverage in over 44 counties in Montana. If you know of any seniors that are having difficulty with their health care bills or are interested in learning more about our program, have them contact their Area Agency on Aging at 1-800-551-3191 during normal business hours for a local volunteer. The Program Manager, Renee Labrie, based out of Missoula Aging Services, may be reached at (406) 728-7682.
Big Sky Waiver Review Workgroup
Community Services - Independent Living
Home and Living Options
Protective and Legal Services
Service Partners and Providers
Governor's Conference on Aging
Oversight of State Medicaid Claiming and Program Integrity Expectations