Monica Lindeen, commissioner of Securities and Insurance, is traveling to Indian Country to answer questions from Native Americans about the new health care law this week.
Patient intake at a small medical clinic in a remote area of a Third World country can be difficult, especially when you don't speak the native language.
The CEO of Pioneer Medical Center in Big Timber attended a meeting at the White House on Tuesday.
More than 100,000 veterans call Montana home, many of them living in remote parts of the state where accessing quality health care is a challenge.
A 19-year-old medical student from Mongolia had never met anyone with Alzheimer's disease -- until he got to the United States.
Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association, a private, nonprofit facility that houses a nursing home, clinic and hospital in Ekalaka, has received a $95,000 grant for a yearlong study into how telemedicine is used to provide primary health care.
"It's all about service to the community," said Lil Anderson, CEO & President and visionary for RiverStone Health.
In 2008, in an effort to ensure health care in the rural and underserved pockets of the state, the Montana Targeted Rural Underserved Track (TRUST) was created.