Gov. Phil Scott said he still wants to replace Vermont Health Connect. But his team says the system will function smoothly for the upcoming open enrollment period.
State officials say they have sent letters to an unknown number of people asking them to change the way their names are listed with the Social Security Administration in order to receive state benefits.
News Release — Department of Vermont Health Access December 13, 2016 Contact: Seán Sheehan Contact Phone Number: 802-585-6339 Contact E-mail Address: [email protected] WATERBURY, VT – Department of Vermont Health Access officials reminded Vermonters of a key health insurance deadline coming up this week. December 15 (this Thursday) is the last day to sign up with […]
Gov.-elect Phil Scott is bringing some officials back to agencies where they have served before. He reached into the private sector for oversight of Vermont Health Connect.
The Department of Vermont Health Access, which administers Medicaid, will need to decide whether to go along. The drugs are widely considered some of the most expensive on the market.
The state should refund millions it received based on the assumption that every Vermonter would use the exchange, according to an inspector general’s report. The state says federal officials accepted that assumption.
The publicly funded nonprofit that coordinates health records has $66,000 in cash on hand but needs to issue $135,000 in paychecks at the end of the month.
News Release — Phil Scott for Governor October 25, 2016 Media Contact: Ethan Latour [email protected] 802-595-3776 Phil Scott is the only candidate in this election with a government modernization plan to improve the accountability of public investments Montpelier, Vt. — Phil Scott, candidate for Governor, today issued the following statement on the report that the […]
A spokesperson for the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Researchers of America says the companies will likely send the information to the state.
The director of Vermont’s Blueprint for Health will leave state government at the end of July. Dr. Craig Jones has served as the chief of the Blueprint for Health within the Department of Vermont Health Access since August 2007, according to the Human Resources Department. He made $154,647 in 2014. The spokesperson for the Department […]
The Department of Vermont Health Access, which runs the state’s Medicaid program, said it would limit first-time prescriptions for short-acting opiates to a 10-day supply. It retracted the policy decision later Wednesday.
The state and federal governments asked the U.S. District Court in New Hampshire to dismiss the hospital’s lawsuit over its reimbursements under Vermont’s Medicaid program.
Dr. Rick Barnett’s assertion that “We’ve embraced … the alleged evidence-based, maintenance medication craze” while decreasing support for psychosocial treatment, does not accurately represent what we are doing in Vermont.
The Department of Vermont Health Access, which serves as the state’s insurance company for low-income, disabled, and elderly Vermonters, will temporarily halt cuts to Medicaid payments announced Thursday.