If you were ill and your personal physician advised consulting a medical specialist about your diagnosis, would you choose:
JACKSON, Wyo. — Veterans from Wyoming and Idaho soon will be able to get their memory checked remotely by St. John's Institute for Cognitive Health.
Health insurance companies will have to reimburse Montana patients who seek medical care via telemedicine at the same rate they would for an office visit following legislation signed into law by Gov. Steve Bullock.
Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, which provides psychiatric treatment for emotionally disturbed youth, has received nearly $500,000 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Billings Clinic has received a $295,117 USDA rural development grant designated for telemedicine equipment to expand specialty medical services such as dermatology, allergy care and ear, nose and throat care to 16 rural and frontier communities in Eastern Montana.
With the financing secured, ground could be broken as early as this fall on a new $2.16 million clinic in Forsyth.
The empty Veterans Affairs psychiatric facility at Fort Harrison is disappointing and perplexing.
On her sixth wedding anniversary, July 20, 2008, Terri Witham received a life-changing surprise: The 43-year-old woman was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, the most deadly kind of gynecological cancer.
CASPER, Wyo. — CenturyLink intends to spend at least $5 million to improve and expand broadband services in Wyoming.
CASPER, Wyo. — It’s a two-hour drive from Saratoga to the closest wound-care specialist.
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.
The PATH to connect homeless veterans with a better life often starts on the streets of Billings — or along the Yellowstone River, under bridges, in makeshift campsites or at the Hub downtown.
Dr. Robert Rosenbaum, St. Vincent Healthcare's new geriatrician, personifies the “new” senior citizen. Retired once from a career teaching medicine in Michigan, he went back to school in his mid sixties — “I decided I wanted to learn about older people because I was becoming one of them,” he…