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A statement from VNAs of Vermont on the tragic and senseless death of visiting nurse Joyce Grayson.
Last week VNAs of Vermont Executive Director Jill Mazza Olson attended the 2023 leadership conference held by the Council of State Home Care & Hospice Associations.
VNAs of Vermont member agencies – the state’s designated home health and hospice providers – provide exceptional care to Vermonters to heal and age with dignity at home. However, federal regulators are now threatening the sustainability of home health access in Vermont and across the country.
Like so many other organizations and individuals, Vermont’s designated home health and hospice agencies have had to find creative ways to care for Vermonters at their homes, despite undriveable roads, power outrages, and ongoing rains.
Read our home health and hospice recap on the June 20, 2023 veto session.
The 2023 legislative session has ended! On May 12, the Vermont House and Senate adjourned, after coming to agreement on the budget. This session, the legislature has done the single most important thing they could do to support home health and hospice care for Vermonters by allowing the provider tax to sunset.
Nurses are the backbone of our home health and hospice care system. In every corner of the state Vermonters and their families depend on the outstanding, compassionate care provided by hardworking nurses through VNAs of Vermont member agencies.
VNAs of Vermont Executive Director Jill Mazza Olson Appointed to National Leadership Positions
On Friday, March 31, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed FY2024 hospice rule. The proposed rule contains a small annual payment update of 2.8 percent, alongside proposed updates to the hospice wage index and the aggregate cap, and a long list of regulatory updates.
Advocates and Providers Call Upon Legislature to Fully Fund Long-Term Care at Press Conference
A statement from VNAs of Vermont on the tragic and senseless death of visiting nurse Joyce Grayson.
Last week VNAs of Vermont Executive Director Jill Mazza Olson attended the 2023 leadership conference held by the Council of State Home Care & Hospice Associations.
VNAs of Vermont member agencies – the state’s designated home health and hospice providers – provide exceptional care to Vermonters to heal and age with dignity at home. However, federal regulators are now threatening the sustainability of home health access in Vermont and across the country.
Like so many other organizations and individuals, Vermont’s designated home health and hospice agencies have had to find creative ways to care for Vermonters at their homes, despite undriveable roads, power outrages, and ongoing rains.
Read our home health and hospice recap on the June 20, 2023 veto session.
The 2023 legislative session has ended! On May 12, the Vermont House and Senate adjourned, after coming to agreement on the budget. This session, the legislature has done the single most important thing they could do to support home health and hospice care for Vermonters by allowing the provider tax to sunset.
Nurses are the backbone of our home health and hospice care system. In every corner of the state Vermonters and their families depend on the outstanding, compassionate care provided by hardworking nurses through VNAs of Vermont member agencies.
VNAs of Vermont Executive Director Jill Mazza Olson Appointed to National Leadership Positions
On Friday, March 31, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed FY2024 hospice rule. The proposed rule contains a small annual payment update of 2.8 percent, alongside proposed updates to the hospice wage index and the aggregate cap, and a long list of regulatory updates.
Advocates and Providers Call Upon Legislature to Fully Fund Long-Term Care at Press Conference
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