There's a new effort underway in the state to better connect hospitals, doctors' offices and other health care providers. Like, through the internet. That's not really happening much now, and it's frustrating to doctors like Michael Vlases with Bozeman Health:
- Hate Activity on the Rise in Montana; Group Creates Reporting Tool to Track Incidents
- Montana Healthcare Leaders Want To Ditch Fax Machines, Build An 'Information Utility'
- State Employee Pension Plans Improving, PERS Board Says
- Parts Of Montana's Medical Marijuana Initiative To Take Effect Immediately
- Thousands Of Migrating Snow Geese Die In The Berkeley Pit
- City Of Whitefish Denounces White Nationalist Ideology
One of the fundamental ways scientists measure the well-being of a nation is tracking the rate at which its citizens die and how long they can be expected to live.So the news out of the federal government Thursday is disturbing: The overall U.S. death rate has increased for the first time in a decade, according to an analysis of the latest data. And that led to a drop in overall life expectancy for the first time since 1993, particularly among people younger than 65."This is a big deal," says...
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