A national pharmacy chain with 32 Vermont stores failed to deliver scheduled Covid-19 vaccinations and testing due to staffing problems, Vermont regulators say.
97% of Vermonters have health insurance
Although only three % of Vermonters lack health insurance, there’s room for improvement in affordability and preventative care, state officials say.
VT eating disorders up 700% since March 2020, State can’t cope
Vermont teenage eating disorders are way up over the last two years. So far, the State of Vermont can’t meet their treatment needs.
UVM: “Everywhere chemical” linked to childhood cancers
You may not be able to pronounce phthalates, but it’s everywhere and UVM researchers now link it to childhood cancers.
Out-of-state nurses no longer face red tape to work here
Vermont has joined the Nurse Licensure Compact, which allows nurses from out of state to practice in Vermont without additional licensing.
National Guard helps keep hospital clean
The Vermont National Guard is pitching in during the Omicron-related staffing shortage at Vermont’s largest hospital.
Memo: Omicron causes “emergency staffing situation” among UVMMC nurses
The state’s largest hospital is going into emergency staffing mode as Omicron depletes workers and adds patients, an internal memo shows.
BS cries BS on $56K pricetag for new Alzheimer’s drug
Sanders says the feds shouldn’t let Biogen get away with charging $56K for a new Alzheimer’s drug.
Colchester PT named to GM Care Board
A Colchester health care policy expert and physical therapist has been named to the Green Mountain Care Board.
Mar-Anon: helping families of marijuana abusers since 1993
Mar-Anon will help Vermont families struggling with a loved one’s marijuana abuse.