The University of Vermont Health Network is committed to improving quality and controlling costs by continuing to work closely with Vermont’s hospitals and providers of all types to keep you healthy, instead of just treating you when you’re sick.
UVM Health Network
The state’s largest hospital system has applied for a certificate of need for a system that would serve four hospitals and all its doctors offices.
Shumlin signed the “all-payer” deal and put limits on prescription opiate use. While the UVM Health Network continued to expand its reach, Dartmouth-Hitchcock ran into financial problems.
Judy Tarr Tartaglia, the president and chief executive officer of the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin, is retiring on March 31. Tartaglia has managed the hospital since 2007 and led an effort to make the hospital a subsidiary of the University of Vermont Health Network, formerly Fletcher Allen Partners. Tartaglia will be the fourth […]
The board’s vote isn’t a binding commitment yet, but an affiliation agreement could be finalized within six months.
Even though numerous hospitals took in more money for care than planned in 2015, none will be forced to decrease how much they charge insurance companies. One will do so voluntarily.
Jim Crook Jr. and a group of investors have been working for several months to set up an acquisition company and a new governance structure to turn the drug-testing company around.
Chittenden Clinic director Dr. John Brooklyn says routine testing for fentanyl in drug treatment programs could provide valuable data and ensure the integrity of programs.
The drug testing company has been under investigation since October for allegedly overbilling Medicaid. But a state investigator and a lawyer for the lead investor disagree about the status of the probe and its effect on the company’s finances.
The hospital system is among the would-be investors, according to a letter seeking emergency review of the deal by regulators. The lab company is hobbled by a fraud settlement and in default on a loan, the letter says.
Unsustainable increases in health care costs shouldn’t be passed on to the people who pay premiums – employers and families.
News Release — UVM Health Network July 27, 2016 Contact: Lori Duff Communications Specialist UVM Health Network – CVMC [email protected] 802-371-4375 Alayna Howard Communications Project Manager Efficiency Vermont [email protected] Berlin, VT – University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) coveted ENERGY STAR certification, which […]
In 10 years, Vermont hospitals doubled assets and tripled profits.
The deal capped nearly two years of grinding and often contentious negotiations between doctors, community health centers and hospitals.