U.s. Department Of Health And Human Services
BUTTE — At least 760 children died of abuse or neglect in the U.S. in a six-year span in plain view of child protection authorities — many of them beaten, starved or left alone to drown while agencies had good reason to know they were in danger, The Associated Press has found.
There are only two other people in the nation like Hannah Silveus, and Billings children could well be healthier with her working on their behalf for the next two years.
Monday marks the deadline for Wyoming residents and the rest of the nation to enroll for health care plans in the insurance exchange outlined by the Affordable Care Act.
GREAT FALLS — Three people pleaded guilty Friday to charges filed in the defrauding of a federally funded program meant to help Blackfeet Indian youth.
HELENA — Only 212 Montanans were able to choose a health insurance policy on the “Obamacare” online marketplace during its first month, federal officials reported Wednesday — although nearly 2,700 people completed an application.
The federal government shutdown is being blamed in part for a lackluster turnout Monday for a four-hour forum designed to inform and educate the public about the Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Marketplace.
HELENA — The state Office of Public Instruction has received a grant for more than $1.8 million in federal funds over the next four years to support the well-being of children in public schools on Indian reservations in Montana, state Superintendent Denise Juneau said Thursday.
Cost is the biggest health care concern for most Americans.
HELENA — A middle school classmate promised to make Jill Sharp's life a living hell after the talented athlete won a coveted spot on a dance team in Sidney.
Little Horn State Bank completed a year of major changes by moving in mid-December into a new building at 2900 Central Ave., by Brewer Dental Center.
HELENA — When Gov. Brian Schweitzer submits his farewell state budget in November, he’ll spell out how Montana should expand Medicaid in 2014 to provide health coverage for another 50,000 of our lower-income fellow citizens — or maybe not.
Billings Clinic has received the Women’s Choice Award from WomenCertified distinguishing it as one of the 2012 America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience.
Letting Montana’s children — OUR children — die at a rate that is higher than almost anywhere else in the country is inexcusable.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Following a national trend, the number of Wyoming juvenile placements in residential facilities is decreasing as the movement to treat kids in their communities grows.
HELENA — The Montana Department of Health and Human Services has ordered a Townsend nursing home to close by Saturday, displacing 30 residents.
Access to mental health care is limited in Malta and the surrounding rural area, mirroring the mental health picture across the state.
Cliff Morehouse isn’t sure if the Affordable Care Act is right for him or not, but the retired Worden farmer does believe there has to be a system to guarantee less expensive and comprehensive health insurance for U.S. citizens.
RiverStone Health is moving forward with plans to build a new multimillion-dollar clinic despite not receiving a substantial grant earlier this month from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
HELENA -- The federal government is giving states like Montana another chance to run at least parts of the insurance exchanges that are part of the federal health care law.
CASPER, Wyo. — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is providing $1.6 million in housing grant money to the Eastern Shoshone Tribe in Wyoming.