Vermont Moving Forward With Its Own Flavor Of Health Reform

Vermont lawmakers are taking steps to move the state toward a publicly-financed insurance program and craft a state health exchange, which is required by the 2010 federal health law and which state officials hope to use as the groundwork for their eventual move to a unique single-paye
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Gov. Shumlin and the Push for Single-Payer Health Care

At a time when states are struggling to comply with the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Vermont’s ambitious plan to create the nation’s first single-payer health financing system might be hard to comprehend. Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin sees this initiative as c
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State Health Care Reform Update

For the last few years, states have been leading the way toward more comprehensive health care coverage to ensure that more people have or can obtain health insurance. With the passage of federal health care reform, states will have increasing responsibilities in regard to employer-pr
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