The operator of Vermont’s only academic medical center says it's “teetering on a financial precipice.” But federal and state policy changes could bolster the network’s financial position.
Hundreds of caregivers have been crowdsourcing infant formula through informal networks on social media.
With contested races up and down the ballot, roughly 26.5% of registered voters participated in Tuesday’s primary, far below the record-breaking 2020 cycle but higher than pre-pandemic years.
Health insurance premiums could increase an average of $70 or more a month for more than 70,000 Vermonters.
Gov. Phil Scott has yet to appoint a new chair of the Green Mountain Care Board as a contentious and pivotal hospital budget season kicks off.
Monkeypox has now spread to Vermont, but compared to Covid-19, this virus is much harder to catch.
The patient is being treated at home, according to health authorities.
Nine of Vermont’s 14 nonprofit hospitals — including the state’s only academic medical center — expect to end the current fiscal year with negative margins from operations. Nearly all of them are looking to right the ship by substantially increasing charges next year.
Vermont’s 14 nonprofit hospitals just submitted their spending proposals for the next fiscal year. Some hospitals are betting on Covid being less of an issue.
The union is expected to ratify the contract later this week, its president said.
Rutland Regional Medical Center’s request comes on the heels of a similar ask from the University of Vermont Health Network, the largest hospital operator in Vermont.
Vermont’s 13 other hospitals are expected to make similar asks.
The state-federal safety net program should help some Vermonters pay for services that private insurance does not cover.
More than 200 of Vermont’s toddlers and babies received a Covid shot as of Friday morning.