James King, a former physician living in Billings, did what he was supposed to this tax season. His only regret is that he didn't do it earlier.
Doctor applying treatment to patient
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.
Once again, Medicare patients and their doctors are stressing out on the brink of the nation’s next fiscal cliff.
ABSAROKEE — A knee-length white physician’s coat, with a stethoscope stuffed into its pocket, hangs on the rack just inside the door at Dr. Jack Exley’s house in Red Lodge. The time-honored doctor’s “uniform,” draped where he left it when he cleaned out his office, represents four decades of…
Montana doesn’t have a medical school. So, for the past 40 years, the state has paid part of the educational expenses for classes of 20 medical students per school year.
MILES CITY — A physician is seeking $22 million in damages after Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City revoked his medical staff privileges in December 2009.
In a recent Supreme Court decision, a group of psychologists was surprised to learn they were "practicing medicine" after leaving the Great Falls Clinic. Worse yet, because they were practicing medicine, they were subject to a non-compete clause under their old partnership agreement. This fi…
WASHINGTON — Listening to the lawyers talking nonstop last week about health care gave me a headache, so I decided to consult one of the nation’s top doctors. He offered a real-world diagnosis of what’s happening in health care — and a reminder of how much it’s changing, regardless of what t…
Members of Congress went home for Christmas after agreeing to a two-month extension of:
Some of my most indelible Christmas memories are those of returning home to Missoula from college or medical school. Finals weeks in pre-med and medical school are awful.
St. Vincent Healthcare has launched Aging Well, a membership program designed for those in our community who are 50 and over.
ROUNDUP — Roundup Memorial Hospital has been trying — with no success — to recruit two full-time general practitioners to augment the medical staff at its 25-bed critical access hospital.
A Billings widow and her four children have been awarded a $1.7 million verdict in a medical malpractice case involving Billings Clinic and Dr. Faranak Argani, an internal medicine physician.
When it comes to medical care in southwest Montana, physicians travel a two-way street.
Welcome to Shape Up Montana 2011! Since launching SUM in 2003, over 38,000 Montanans have participated in the three-month-long team activity program that runs from February to May. Managed by the Big Sky State Games, the program is designed to engage Montanans in a sustainable physical activ…