Decades after they helped drive down the prevalence of HIV/AIDS, syringe exchanges are at the forefront of lifesaving efforts in a new public health crisis, state statistics show.
Survey responses will help create a database meant to better determine which orthopedic patients might benefit from a specific operation or might want to consider other treatment.
Todd Moore will remain a senior vice president for the UVM Medical Center and the CEO of OneCare Vermont, while adding a role as the CEO of Adirondacks ACO.
The University of Vermont Medical Center will pay for a clinical team to work on a helicopter that serves patients across Vermont and New York.
Vermont officials want to use Medicare to cover medication assisted treatment for people 65 and up who have become addicted.
The facility will not be a retail store.
Mike Fisher, the state’s top health care advocate, and Susan Aranoff, a disability advocate, have raised antitrust concerns about OneCare Vermont.
PhytoScience Institute, LLC, has been conditionally approved for the state’s fifth medical marijuana dispensary license.
The state selected a company that will locate medical marijuana dispensaries in Bennington and St. Albans.
Staffing levels were one of the main issues the union brought up during the bargaining process.
Three workers at the Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital were assaulted by a patient.
An Addison County resident has been diagnosed with a serious form of the disease.
State regulators made changes to budgets for Copley, Brattleboro Memorial and Northeastern Vermont Regional hospitals and Northwestern Medical Center.
A decision on who will get a license to open the state’s fifth medical marijuana facility is expected next week.