*+-The Shumlin administration will get a new head of economic development in April. Joan Goldstein, executive director of the Green Mountain Economic Development Corporation, will fill the slot, the governor’s office said in a statement on Thursday. At GMEDC, Goldstein diversified services in Windsor and Orange counties. She comes from a two-decade career in international […]
*+-The Shumlin administration has announced $2.6 million in health care reform grants to seven organizations. The grants, revealed on Friday, will support initiatives to align doctor and hospital payments with quality outcomes, increase coordination within the health care system and create an interoperable electronic medical records system to support the sharing of patient information across organizations. […]
*+-CGI’s designated successor, OptumInsight, hired under yet another no-bid contract, is a company whose dubious origins raise great concerns.
*+-One of the interesting questions swirling around the whole debate is how the administration came to its conclusion that its proposed policy is warranted. … The burden is on the administration to prove its case, but it has utterly failed to do so.