News Release — Tenth Crow Creative March 30, 2017 Contact: Mark Crow Tenth Crow Creative 802-658-1369 [email protected] Montpelier, Vt., – Dr. Marko Vujicic, Chief Economist & Vice President of the Health Policy Institute, a division of the American Dental Association, provided the latest analysis regarding access to dental care in Vermont. Speaking at the statehouse […]
Without federal grant funding it is unlikely that health centers will be able to continue efforts in reducing barriers to access for health services.
The bill passed the Senate Health and Welfare Committee unanimously Friday and now heads to the Senate Appropriations Committee.
That would start with 14 million in the first year, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. The plan would also reduce the deficit.
She pleaded guilty to submitting payment claims for Medicaid services her children never received.
Lawmakers say the landmark price transparency law passed in 2016 is not getting the results they sought.
The State denies subsidized health insurance to a woman because her husband’s work offers a health plan. However, the husband is not enrolled in the plan because as a former foster child, he is covered under Medicaid until age 26. The wife appeals.
He called his plan to set aside $10 million of the projected cost “a different way of accounting” that gives the state flexibility.
The deal will pay OneCare Vermont, an accountable care organization, monthly fees to take care of 30,000 Medicaid patients this year rather than reimbursing for individual procedures.
He would put $10 million of the expected cost of the program into a reserve fund rather than incorporating it into the budget. Lawmakers say that threatens to undermine the forecasting process.
The reduction is said to be due in part to an effort to confirm eligibility based on income.
More than 50 percent of Planned Parenthood patients in Vermont have Medicaid for health insurance, the organization says.
He warned lawmakers and the governor about the possible conversion of Medicaid funding to block grants and said that could devastate community hospitals.
News Release — American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Jan. 11, 2017 Contact: Amber Herting American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Phone: 508-450-8690 E-mail: [email protected] Governor: Low-Income Cancer Patients and Survivors Need Continued Access to Meaningful Health Insurance Alternative Medicaid Financing Proposals Could Have Damaging Impact for Cancer Patients and Survivors Who Depend on the […]