Livingston HealthCare representatives were in Kansas City, MO recently
to receive acknowledgement of their designation as one of the top 20 in
the Nation’s 1,300 Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) by iVantage
This award, presented at the National Rural Health Association’s
Critical Access Hospital Conference on Sept. 20-22, recognizes the top
CAHs in the United States. Hospitals are measured across the industry’s
most comprehensive rating system, using 62 different performance metrics,
including quality, outcomes, patient satisfaction, affordability, population
risk, and efficiency. Livingston HealthCare was one of only two CAHs in
the state of Montana to receive this Top 20 award.
The list of the Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals and more information about
the study can be found at
About Livingston HealthCare: Livingston HealthCare, in Livingston, Montana, is a not-for-profit, 25-bed
critical access hospital with a Level 4 Community Trauma Facility, a multispecialty
provider clinic, as well as rehabilitation, and home-based services. Livingston
HealthCare is an affiliate of the Billings Clinic system.
CAPTION: (L to R)
Livingston Healthcare Performance Improvement Director Deb Anzcak; Board
of Directors President, Michelle Becker and CEO Bren Lowe accept an award
in Kansas City last Thursday for being designated a Top 20 Critical Access
Hospital in the nation.
Jocelyn Stott, Marketing and Communications Manager