Paul Metzger was a humble man and a savvy investor.
DENVER — The Veterans Affairs Department said it wants to fire two supervisors accused of manipulating health care data in Colorado and Wyoming.
On Tuesday, people lined the sidewalks of North 27th Street, expressing their frustration over a recent Supreme Court decision that extended religious freedoms to some corporations.
BISMARCK, N.D. — Garrison Memorial Hospital sees 1,400 to 1,500 people in its emergency room annually. That is up about 20 percent over the last three to four years.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Cheyenne Regional Medical Center plans to cut $17 million in spending over two years but wants to avoid layoffs.
Health care providers are catching on to what other business owners have known for decades: Busy customers want convenience.
Dr. Kevin Nelson runs Walk In Chiropractic at 805 24th St. W., a practice launched by chiropractor Dustin Fraker, who operates a sister practice in Bozeman. Fraker said he hopes the practice’s emphasis on convenience will encourage patients to take care of problems before they’re forced to.
CASPER, Wyo. — Out-of-state hospitals, clinics and physicians are increasingly caring for Wyomingites, who might be making the decisions based on cost.
FARGO, N.D. —
It's not hard to find the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch's main residential campus, stretching over 410 acres between Billings and Laurel.
MISSOULA — If a deal between Billings Clinic and RegionalCare Hospital Partners to purchase Community Medical Center is approved after a monthslong regulatory process, the Missoula hospital will become one of nearly 1,070 for-profit hospitals nationwide.
Over the past several years, the Billings community has seen a strong and steady investment in the health care corridor. The growth has made Billings a preferred destination for most health care needs.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Health insurance signups through the federal exchange have increased in Wyoming ahead of Monday's deadline to join or face penalties, according to representatives of the two insurers providing coverage in the state.
POWELL, Wyo. — "I feel so good I can hardly stand it," Tim Seeley said last week.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Senate has defeated a bill that would have allowed state authorities to hospitalize people involuntarily for mental health treatment without quick judicial review of detention decisions.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A national survey says Wyoming residents don't think they're doing as well as last year.
Leaders of the Billings Clinic, St. Vincent Healthcare, Montana Migrant Council and Planned Parenthood of Montana and RiverStone Health recently collaborated on a guest opinion that encouraged people check out the new federal Health Insurance Marketplace. Each organization has invested staff…
Montana’s health care industry will continue to drive employment through the end of the decade, with up to 15,000 new jobs added statewide between 2010 and 2020.
HELENA — Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana is backing off a plan to increase premiums 3.5 percent in January because of fees in the new federal health care law.
HELENA — Officials with the state and the insurance industry have said they are excited about the launch of a federal health care exchange in Montana but advised consumers there is no reason to rush their choices because coverage won’t begin for three months.