Directors from four rural Vermont health care organizations gathered to discuss rural health care and celebrate receiving $2.72 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Recently proposed double-digit hospital rate increases will consume an ever greater share of health care spending and exacerbate the affordability crisis.
The clinic, an affiliate of Dartmouth Health, still didn't have the computer system set up, and the secretary had no idea when to expect it to be set up.
Health insurance premiums could increase an average of $70 or more a month for more than 70,000 Vermonters.
Gov. Phil Scott has yet to appoint a new chair of the Green Mountain Care Board as a contentious and pivotal hospital budget season kicks off.
In this region, we cannot separate the financial and policy discussion about health care costs from the high-quality services we all expect to receive for ourselves, our loved ones, our employees and community.
We must make choices about what matters in our society. Population health encompasses almost all aspects of the social safety net. If health care is to aim for population health, it must start with support services in the communities being served.
The new Global Commitment demonstration will provide Vermont with tools to improve health and shore up our health care infrastructure.
The state-federal safety net program should help some Vermonters pay for services that private insurance does not cover.
A constitutional amendment to guarantee sexual and reproductive freedoms will be on the ballot in Vermont this November.