The news organization is seeking documents related to the operations of the state-run EB-5 Regional Center to find out why state officials didn’t act sooner to protect investors from fraud from now criminally indicted Jay Peak developers.
A suit brought by three Chinese investors that alleges an attorney got payoffs for bringing foreign investors to Jay Peak developers is set for trial on April 20.
The Attorney General’s Office says it will be filing motions to quash subpoenas served on Lawrence Miller and James Candido, former senior administration officials overseeing the EB-5 program.
Four years before federal regulators put a halt to a Ponzi scheme at the Northeast Kingdom ski area, Brent Raymond says the Shumlin administration shut down questions about the resort’s finances.
A consultant four years ago tried to alert state officials to questionable financial practices.
Lawrence Miller, the chief of health care reform for Gov. Peter Shumlin, blew up at lawmakers on Wednesday in the last hearing of the legislative session regarding the status of Vermont Health Connect. When Rep. Doug Gage, R-Rutland City, asked Miller about an article published Sunday by VTDigger, Miller snapped back. “Do you mind if […]
“We’re working hard to get the best damn deal for Vermont in every case, and in so doing, there is friction,” said Lawrence Miller, the chief of health care reform for Gov. Peter Shumlin.
The move to dump a dysfunctional piece of software comes as the Shumlin administration slowly steps away from its original strategy to build $771 million worth of health care technology.
The House Health Care Committee wants the Joint Fiscal Office to oversee a study of the long-term sustainability of Vermont Health Connect.
The exchange’s operations manager says a report is expected in a few weeks, while the chair of the House Health Care Committee also wants to hear more about alternatives to the state exchange.
It is incredible that anyone would imply that Vermont’s integrated system for Medicaid and qualified health plan enrollment is in a worse position than it was last year.
Lawmakers on the House Health Care Committee will continue their oversight of the embattled Vermont Health Connect with public hearings every Wednesday.
Vermont Legal Aid and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont say they are dealing with more problems from Vermont Health Connect than they expected, and both say the exchange’s issues are keeping people from accessing health treatment.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont is now recommending that the Legislature start an assessment of the exchange’s “long-term sustainability” and says they should hire an independent consultant to analyze the exchange’s technology, long-term costs and other compliance issues with the Affordable Care Act.