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2016-02-15Employees of EBMS and TrueNorth Steel get a new, larger miCare health clinic

Open House and Ribbon Cutting February 23rd at 11am

Billings MT – EBMS and TrueNorth Steel miCare Health Clinic expands into a new, larger facility located at 2147 Overland Avenue in Billings.

miCare onsite health clinic was established in 2006 as a sister company to EBMS, Inc.. The purpose was to serve EBMS employees and their dependents as an integrated service with its employee health plan. The clinic was established in partnership with TrueNorth Steel (formerly Roscoe Steel) as a joint venture between both companies, whose leadership saw the opportunity to not only control rising healthcare costs, but to provide clinical services that would remove the current barriers to healthcare, specifically, access, time and cost...

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2011-04-12Summit County Finds Success with new miCare Clinic

After being open for over a year, the miCare Clinic in Frisco is reporting positive results for both participation and costs, launching talks about the possibility of expanding hours, and maybe even locations at some point.

The clinic was opened in Jan. 2010, in response to increased growth in Summit County Government health plan expenses. The clinic serves county government employees and their dependents - about 815 people - and offers affordable, exclusive health care aimed at identifying health risks and encouraging wellness.

Assistant county manager Scott Vargo said the clinic was created to try to reduce increasing health plan expenses by focusing on preventative care. He said the smaller clinic has "a more personal approach" which allows medical professionals to spend more time identifying any risks patients might have.

"Long term, we address chronic conditions a person might have so we don't end up with a major medical event," he said. "Instead, we're working with them on appropriate medications, better diet and exercise plans."

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