Network CEO John Brumsted sent a withering letter to the Green Mountain Care Board Wednesday, asking for more money, and saying the board’s decisions jeopardized patient care.
Hospitals rate increase requests to the Green Mountain Care Board range from 2.1% by Northern Vermont Regional Hospital to 20% by Northwestern Medical Center.
With an outbreak of coronavirus all but inevitable, hospitals are training staff, preparing isolation units and are ready to conduct tests on those who meet criteria.
We are a more stable organization — our entire community is more confident we will be here to provide crucial health care services when the need arises.
Experts say if the rest of the country is any indication, probably yes.
Hospital officials say the building is safe even though they have not determined the cause of the odor that sickened staff members.
There are decades’ worth of studies about Vermont that illustrate over time that the UVM Medical Center, and now the UVM Health Network, has not used its market influence to drive up costs.
The clinic — one of roughly a dozen of its kind in Vermont — will provide a variety of medical services and help families by not having to pull children out of school or miss work to take them to the doctor.
Seleem Choudhury said he was no longer the person to lead the hospital. He may be moved to another position in the UVM Health Network.
President Seleem Choudhury has admitted to one case of copying without attribution, but VTDigger has found other cases as well.
News Release — UVM Health Network Porter Medical Center August 17, 2018 Contact: Ron Hallman, 388-4744 MIDDLEBURY—UVM Health Network Porter Medical Center Board Chair Maureen McLaughlin has announced that Porter’s President, Dr. Fred Kniffin, will step down from his leadership role next spring. The search for a new leader for Porter will begin shortly. “We will […]
The Green Mountain Care Board set a slightly lower revenue-growth target for fiscal year 2019 and adjusted the budgets of two hospitals that saw big revenue increases last year.
The electronic medical records system is expected to streamline care and increase interaction between patients and doctors. Staffing reductions will cover part of the cost.
The secret sauce of all-payer is that it rewards wellness and aligns the incentive of the patient with the provider; we all win.