Healthcare Innovation June 28, 2022
David Raths

Extension to allow Vermont to continue to fund initiatives to improve public health, invest in social determinants of health, and advance home and community-based services and supports

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has approved an extension of Vermont’s Medicaid section 1115 demonstration, “Global Commitment to Health” through 2027. The extension will enable the state to continue to test, monitor, and evaluate a managed care-like delivery system, home and community-based services, and novel pilot programs, as well as pursue innovations to maintain high-quality services and programs that are cost-effective.

Overall, the demonstration extension will continue to promote health equity by expanding coverage and access to services.

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Oliver Wyman
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Today's Sponsors

Oliver Wyman

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