The state’s largest hospital system has applied for a certificate of need for a system that would serve four hospitals and all its doctors offices.
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In other moves, Health Commissioner Harry Chen will keep his job through March, and former state Rep. Mike Fisher will go to the Office of the Health Care Advocate.
News Release — Green Mountain Care Board January 5, 2017 Contact: (802) 828-2177 It is with sincere regret that the Green Mountain Care Board announces that member Betty Rambur, Ph.D., R.N., has tendered her resignation from the Board effective January 15, 2017. Dr. Rambur brought to the Board her thoughtful insights and informed decision making […]
News Release — ￼￼Green Mountain Care Board Jan. 6, 2017 Contact: (802) 828-2177 Montpelier, VT – The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) will hold the following public meetings in January: Thursday, January 5: Thursday, January 12: Canceled Board Meeting (1:00 pm) – All-Payer Model Update and Discussion – Presentation and Discussion on the Landscape of […]
A new analysis recommends sticking with the existing health insurance exchange even though it has “significant deficiencies.”
The Vermont State Auditor’s office said that consumers often cannot find out how much health services cost, especially if they’re not proficient with technology.
Average compensation for chief executives at 15 hospitals went up 6.4 percent between 2013 and 2014. UVM Medical Center was an exception because of a bonus payout the previous year.
News Release — Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems Dec. 7, 2016 Contact: Jeff Tieman, President and CEO Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems Telephone: (802) 223-3461, x111 Email: [email protected] Statement of Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems Regarding: Appointment of Al Gobeille as Secretary of the Agency of Human Services The […]
The governor-elect tapped the head of the Green Mountain Care Board to lead the state’s largest agency. Susanne Young, former counsel for Jim Douglas, will be secretary of the agency of administration.
News Release — Green Mountain Care Board November 30, 2016 Contact: Jaime Fisher 802-828-2130 Montpelier, VT – The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) will hold the following public meetings in December: Thursday, December 1: Board Meeting (1:00 pm) – Certificate of Need (CON) Hearing: Purchase of Rowan Health & Rehabilitation Center, LLC, Docket No. GMCB-020-15con […]
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.
Outgoing Gov. Peter Shumlin picked her to fill an open seat on the regulatory panel. She has been his director of health care reform since 2011.
Vermont Care Organization is your doctors and caregivers, and we will lead the decisions about how to create a health care system for Vermonters that meets two goals: better health and better health care.
The all-payer model will not be successful unless more Vermonters have access to primary care providers and these providers can focus on preventive care, mental health, and management of people with chronic diseases.