Consistent with the trend of hospital administrators’ compensation vastly outgrowing provider pay, like Al Gobeille and Corey Gustafson before her, Anya Rader Wallack leaves her many years as a former regulator of the UVM Health Network to feed at the trough with it. Just as Gobeille and Gustafson, she possesses no actual health care credential or experience.

With no citing of facts, she pushes her spin to suggest the UVM Health Network is unique nationally, when in reality it is part of a class of hospitals causing federal lawmakers to raise calls for antitrust legislation as consolidation leads to ever higher costs to consumers with zero improvement to quality.

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