Health care facilities in Springfield, Brattleboro and Wells River will benefit from almost $3 million combined in federal pandemic relief funding.
The conference is dedicated to Patty, who lovingly cared for her family member with use disorder and schizophrenia for decades, before she was overcome by anxiety and unrelenting depression.
The lawyer who pursued Big Pharma for the U.S. Attorney’s Office has been named chair of the State of Vermont’s health care industry regulator.
Vermont insurers will cover hearing aids by 2024 – good news for the hard-of-hearing at increased risk of dementia, falls, and depression.
West Nile virus has shown up in Vermont mosquitoes for the first time this year.
A Vermont health insurance provider is suing Israel-based Teva Pharmaceuticals for taking illegal kickbacks on its multiple schlerosis treatment.
The second-oldest state in the nation now has at least one hospital with an accredited Geriatric Emergency Department.
“I have been working in health care for my entire career and I have never seen a set of circumstances so complex and severe,” the VAHHS Prez said. “This is not normal.”
Spend less on prescription drugs, spend more spent on other necessities of life – that’s how the ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ may affect Vermonters.
As Vermont observes World Breastfeeding Week, local pharmacies are still short on infant baby formula.