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Big picture

Keeping Track of the Big Picture

This involves ongoing evaluation of investments and policy decisions. The evaluations occur by program, by population, and by region to ensure that we are not causing unintended consequences.


Creating and Implementing Value-Based Payments

Vermont's payment model design activities are performed on a multi-payer basis as much as possible.

Sharing records

Sharing Medical Records

Health data exchange and measurement capabilities will be increasingly important for future payment and care delivery models.

Work groups

Breaking the Project into Manageable Tasks

Breaking the Project into Manageable Tasks


Enabling Provider Readiness

VHCIP's care delivery activities are designed to enable provider readiness to participate in alternative payment models and accept higher levels of financial risk and accountability.

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Specific Tasks to Acheive the Triple Aim

Vermont has launched multiple projects in the following focus areas: Health Data Infrastructure, Payment Model Design and Implementation, and Practice Transformation.

Long Term Care Sub-Committee

The Workforce Subcommittee on Long Term Care was formed under the Vermont Health Care Innovation Project’s Healthcare Workforce Work group, as an alternative to Vermont House Bill 301. This bill, introduced in the 2013-2014 legislative session, proposed to establish a task force that would assess whether the need to train and license Direct Care Workers exists. The subcommittee was formed in March, 2014, met for a total of 6 months, and published a report containing findings and recommendations for state and key stakeholders to consider regarding the need for training and licensure in Vermont of Direct Care Workers in future.

Direct Care Workforce Report