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Weekend edition November 19, 2021 | Kailyn Lamb

PYA opens sixth office location in Montana

PYA, the power behind, recently announced that it would be opening a sixth office location in Helena, Montana. The new office space will also house the Center for Rural Health Advancement. The announcement came on National Rural Health Day.

“We have been honored to foster deep, growing relationships with providers and hospital associations throughout the West. Our Montana location is our commitment to support them indefinitely and more efficiently as they provide care, facing the unique challenges of the times, and their region,” said PYA’s Managing Principal of Consulting Services David McMillan.

The Center for Rural Health Advancement will help providers across the country pursue data-driven, locally informed transformation to preserve access to high-quality essential services. It will also connect the community to the broader care continuum. The Center will be a full-service consultancy supported by PYA’s team of recognized thought leaders.

PYA’s nearly four decades of experience in working with rural healthcare providers to build and maintain the four foundations of long-term sustainability: Community Engagement, Clinical Excellence, Financial Sustainability, and Regulatory Compliance.

“We understand that rural is not simply ‘small urban,’” said PYA Principal Martie Ross, Director of the Center. “Rural providers face unique challenges requiring specialized solutions. There is a genuine urgency to help these providers through innovative approaches that can only be developed by changing the way we think about healthcare.”

For more information on the new office, click here.

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