Click here to view powerful testimonies from representatives, citizens and health care professionals about why we need universal health care in Vermont and should pass H156. View an informative panel discussion on way we need to pass H156 — our roadmap to publicly financed universal health care in Vermont! (Start around minute 8).
59 House members have introduced H156! It creates a clear roadmap for publicly financed health care for all Vermonters! (A companion bill S74 has also been introduced in the Senate). These bills phase in a universal health care system, starting with Universal Primary Care, including outpatient mental health and substance use disorder treatment. The bills […]
What’s as bad as having no health insurance? Paying for insurance you can’t afford to use! Vermont’s 2021 “Health Insurance Survey” is out; it reveals that over 187,000 insured Vermonters are still left to worry about paying for health care. 187,000+ people who have health insurance—either private insurance or Medicaid—meet the definition of being “under-insured” […]
This is an updated list of reasons why the state of Vermont should not renew its contract with the OneCare ACO. It supplements the press release of September 2020 from five Vermont nonprofits which asked Vermont to end its affiliation with OneCare.
CCTV Town Meeting TV Dr. Deb Richter speaks on behalf of five nonprofit organizations that issued a joint statement demanding that the Scott administration end the State’s affiliation with OneCare Vermont, the accountable care organization (ACO) that now handles much of the money used to pay for Vermonters’ health care. The State has an agreement […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 28, 2020 Justice for All, VT: Mark Hughes; 802-532-3030; firstname.lastname@example.org League of Women Voters of Vermont: Catherine Rader; 802-229-4737; email@example.com Physicians for a National Health Program, Vermont Chapter: Betty Keller, MD; 802-748-1966; firstname.lastname@example.org Vermont Health Care for All: Deb Richter, MD; 802-595-2820; email@example.com Vermont Workers’ Center: Avery Book; 802-861-4892; firstname.lastname@example.org Ellen […]