MVP, Vermont Managed Care collaborate on ‘Vermont First’

first_imgMVP Health Care,MVP Health Care and Vermont Managed Care have entered into an innovative partnership to provide Vermont residents with “Vermont First,” a unique approach to deliver high quality care through a Vermont focused network of providers.Under the partnership, Vermont Managed Care (VMC) and its network of high-quality health care providers have more control, share more data and partner with a prominent regional insurer, MVP Health Care.”Vermont First represents the future of health care through an innovative partnership that aligns the interests of MVP Health Care with providers for the benefit of Vermont’s consumers,” said David Henderson, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of MVP Health Care. “Only through such ‘win-win’ relationships will we rise to the challenge of true health care reform that lowers cost and enhances quality.””By combining MVP’s emphasis on wellness and our focus on high quality care, we have put together a program which will offer our patients the best of all worlds,” said Todd Moore, president, Vermont Managed Care. “Most importantly, our patients will get great care at great prices in Vermont.”Bill Little, MVP’s Vermont Vice President, added that his company worked closely with Vermont Managed Care to develop the range of choices, which include four distinct plans that include an HMO-style plan, two high deductible options and a hybrid choice.”To offer Vermont residents and employers competitive pricing, we developed a partnership that includes robust care coordination by VMC with an eye toward leveraging local health care resources which in turn helps control costs,” Little said.Moore, of Vermont Managed Care, added: “The most important attributes of Vermont First are simply that members will get access to care supported by a network of providers willing to be more accountable and coordinated in service to plan members throughout the state at a competitive price. It’s really the best of all worlds.”About MVP Health CareFounded in 1983, MVP Health Care is a community-focused, not-for-profit health insurer serving members in the states of New York, Vermont and New Hampshire. Through its operating subsidiaries, MVP Health Care provides fully insured and self-funded employer health benefits plans, dental insurance, and ancillary products, such as flexible-spending accounts, to more than 700,000 subscribers. For more information, visit: www.mvphealthcare.com(link is external).About Vermont Managed CareVermont Managed Care (VMC) was founded in 1991 as a Physician Hospital Organization. A wholly owned subsidiary of Fletcher Allen, it currently coordinates the delivery of health care services for a population served by a network of more than over 2,700 primary and specialty care providers and 10 hospitals in Vermont and New Hampshire. The VMC Network conducts its own care management, enabling the physician-run network to make day-to-day health care decisions for its patients, rather than a distant third party claims manager. BURLINGTON, VT–(Marketwire – November 22, 2011) –last_img read more

ORVC Weekly Report (January 5-10)

first_imgORVC Weekly Report for January 5-10.Players of the Week.Girls Basketball:  Brooke Todd-Switzerland CountyBoys Basketball:  Brady Meyer-South RipleyORVC Weekly Report (January 5-10)Courtesy of ORVC Recorder Travis Calvert.last_img

NFF not owing Rohr salaries — Pinnick

first_imgRelatedPosts Ministry reads riot act to NFA, Clubs over resumption of league Nigeria plan Cote d’Ivoire, Tunisia friendlies Super Eagles to unveil new Nike jersey in Portugal The President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick, has denied that Super Eagles Manager, Gernot Rohr, is being owed backlog of salaries as reported by a section of the media.The NFF boss made claims this in a phone-in radio programme monitored in Lagos on Friday.Pinnick said: “Let me use this opportunity to tell Nigerians that we have paid coach Gernot Rohr till October. “We are not owing him any salary. “We are not perfect and he is not either. “He is our coach and we appreciate him.“The only money he’s being owed is the allowance for the third place in AFCON, which we have just received and I’m sure that would be paid by next week.”Speaking further, Pinnick hinted that the NFF would open negotiations with the Franco-German coach before his current contract run out in June 2020.He said: “Our negotiation team will open discuss with him (Rohr) in January and we hope both parties would agree on the new terms because we want to do things better than in the time past.”Rohr was appointed Super Eagles manager in August 2016 and qualified Nigeria for World Cup in Russia and the Nations Cup in Egypt where he won bronze. Tags: Amaju PinnickNFFlast_img read more