For the first time in seven years, the Burlington-based hospital did not earn a place in the top 20 academic medical centers in the country.
Todd Moore will remain a senior vice president for the UVM Medical Center and the CEO of OneCare Vermont, while adding a role as the CEO of Adirondacks ACO.
The chief financial officer for the UVM Health Network now says the UVM Medical Center has propped up hospital affiliates in New York that are running deficits.
Members of the Green Mountain Care Board discussed whether to go that route in an effort to bring independent doctors’ pay closer to what physicians working for a hospital make.
Kevin Mullin said: “I don’t think it’s appropriate for anybody to receive a bonus for a successful … state permit.”
Officials from the UVM Health Network asked the Green Mountain Care Board to approve a budget that would yield $1.4 billion in revenue and emphasize keeping people healthy.
The steel skeleton structure is complete for a $187.7 million facility that will mean more single-bed inpatient rooms at the hospital.
The network says it can negotiate better prices on equipment and services in large part because of its growing number of member hospitals.
Vermont’s regulated hospitals are seeking to increase prices charged to commercial insurance companies an average of 2.4 percent.
News Release — University of Vermont Foundation July 27, 2017 Contact: Mark S. Ray 802-656-3537 (p) 802-355-0145 (m) [email protected] movemountains.uvm.edu UVM Foundation Sets New Record, Raises $135 Million in FY 17 Burlington, Vt. – The University of Vermont Foundation, in partnership with the UVM Medical Center Foundation, secured a record $135,692,313 in total new commitments […]
Some of the units will be for patients leaving the hospital. “People may be living in a tent or some other makeshift dwelling. The hospital can’t release people somewhere like that,” says one person involved.
No Social Security numbers or financial records were involved, the hospital said. The attack was part of a phishing scam directed at employees.
News Release — University of Vermont Medical Center July 13, 2017 Contact: Michael Carrese (802) 847-2886 Kinney Drugs Foundation Donates $250,000 to Miller Inpatient Building BURLINGTON (VT) – The Kinney Drugs Foundation is donating $250,000 to provide supportive spaces for families in the Robert E. and Holly D. Miller Building at the University of Vermont […]
University of Vermont Medical Center, Central Vermont Medical Center and were told by the Green Mountain Care Board to limit their price increases to commercial insurers.