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Location: Montana
Topic: Medicaid coverage of births
Format: Bar Graph
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Medicaid coverage of births: Montana, 2016-2019

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• Medicaid is a major public source of financing health care services provided to pregnant women, infants and children. 
• In 2019, 41.1% of mothers had Medicaid at the time of birth. 


  • Medicaid percentages indicate a woman was insured with Medicaid at the time of her birth.


  • National Center for Health statistics, final natality data 2018.
  • Retrieved September 23, 2021, from