A former Rutland doctor has been arrested for multiple violations of prescription and Medicaid fraud. Police said in a press release Dr. Mark Logan, owner of Green Mountain Family Medicine, a Suboxone prescriber in Rutland City, was was engaged in criminal fraud for several years…
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By Erin Mansfield, VTDigger
When lawmakers begin the legislative session Wednesday, Jan. 4, they will be dealing with many of the perennial issues that stem from the ever-rising cost of health care. The Joint Fiscal Office projects that lower-than-expected Medicaid funding from the federal government…
Shumlin delivered his sixth balanced budget to the Legislature on Jan. 21, highlighting the fact that it does not raise income, sales, or rooms and meals tax rate, while closing a $68 million budget gap and is the first since 2009 that does not to…
By Erin Mansfield, VTDigger.org
Gov. Peter Shumlin’s health care reform team told the House Health Care Committee on Thursday, Jan. 28, about bigger challenges with Vermont Health Connect than were previously reported.
Lawrence Miller, the chief of health care reform, said the number of changes…
On Monday, Jan. 25, Gov. Peter Shumlin, his senior health care advisors, and Green Mountain Care Board Chair Al Gobeille released details of how Vermont will seek to transform its health care system under the so-called “all payer model” from one that rewards fee-for-service, quantity-driven…
By Mark Johnson, VTDigger.org
The top two political leaders at the Vermont Statehouse share a concern about balancing the state budget while still protecting Vermonters and neither are high on the idea of legalizing marijuana but won’t stand in the way of its being passed.
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State News 19 September, 2018