Students, from left, Nirupa Gadi, Lauren Krivec, Tyler Metcalf, Rylee Perkins and Nick Johnson were among high-school juniors and seniors from across Montana in town to explore health care careers at RiverStone Health on Tuesday.
As Yellowstone County continues its positive growth pattern, one might think that in such good economic times — a large number of business expansions, strong job creation, and great private investment — now is the time to step back and just let things happen. Well, I would argue that we bett…
Doctor applying treatment to patient
As she looked across the crowd gathered in the lobby of the new cardiovascular unit on the third floor of Billings Clinic on Friday, Jennifer Tafelmeyer beamed at what her co-workers and a small army of construction crews had accomplished.
The first-ever Men Go Red for Women Breakfast in Montana is set for 6:45 to 8 a.m. Feb. 27 at the Mansfield Health Education Center at St. Vincent Healthcare.
2. Pharmacists 107,510
Better late than never.
Lonnye Finneman is director of pharmacy at St. Vincent Healthcare.
Millions of uninsured Americans are beginning to seek treatment with the help of the Affordable Care Act, and the onslaught is expected to strain already overextended physicians.
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.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen photographs an overflow crowd at the RiverStone Health conference room during a public meeting on the new health care law on Friday.
Kathleen O'Neal, executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Billings, asks a question about exchanges for small businesses as Montana insurance commissioner Monica Lindeen holds a public meeting on the new health care law on Friday.
Montana insurance commissioner Monica Lindeen, shown at a town hall meeting on the Affordable Care Act in Billings on Friday, encouraged Montanans to be patient with the new insurance marketplace. “I’m going to continue to say what I’ve been saying at public meetings around the state (within…
St. Vincent Physician Network–Mountain View Clinic in Red Lodge has been recognized by the National Committee of Quality Assurance as a patient-centered medical home.
Last month, 240,000 prescriptions for painkillers were added to the confidential statewide prescription drug registry.
The coveted national seal of quality that RiverStone Health Clinic received last month has tentacles that reach past the everyday patient and into the Montana Family Medicine Residency program where tomorrow’s doctors are honing their medical skills.
St. Vincent Healthcare is offering more than $150,000 in scholarships to students seeking health care careers.
Rick Yearry has traveled to every corner of the state, explaining the benefits of the new Montana Health Co-op.
RiverStone Health clinics in Billings, Bridger, Joliet and Worden have received a national seal of quality.
The search is on for Montana’s outstanding senior volunteer.