Passport to Health is for people in Montana who have Medicaid. People in the Passport Program can be sure to get good health care because each person has a Passport provider who manages his or her health care. In Passport to Health, you get exactly the same Medicaid benefits that you would get in regular Medicaid. A Passport provider is a doctor, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or medical clinic that manages your medical care. Your Passport provider, also called your primary care provider or PCP, takes care of most of your medical needs, such as regular check ups, and keeps your medical records up to date and in one place. Most medical appointments must be with your PCP, or referred by your PCP, or Medicaid will not pay. Everyone in the Passport Program has Medicaid. However, not everyone with Medicaid is in the Passport Program.