Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont intends to hold Teva accountable for its anticompetitive, unfair, manipulative, and deceptive actions to reap excessive profits from Copaxone.
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Blue Cross VT Recognizes Rutland Regional Medical Center for High-Quality, Lower-Cost Maternity Care
Rutland Regional Medical Center has been designated as a Blue Distinction® Centers for Maternity Care.
To help enhance health care accessibility, Blue Cross VT announced the removal of prior authorization to Open MRI in Vermont and New Hampshire, effective February 1, 2024.
Banish the winter blues this year by participating in Blue Cross Blue Cross VT's Snow Days event. You can participate in person or by sharing your photos to help us give back.
The enhanced Community Primary Care (ECPC) program is focused on providing monthly incentive payments for community primary care providers to support high-quality care while encouraging low-cost referral patterns for screenings and specialist care.
To meet the increasing need for improved access to mental health and substance use disorder services, Blue Cross VT has removed prior authorization requirements for mental health and substance use disorder treatment for in-state, in-network facilities.
Our internet service provider, Lumen, experienced a storm-related outage and fire. Lumen is working diligently to lay new fiber and have our internet and phone systems back up and running as soon as possible.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Affiliation Approved by the Department of Financial Regulation
The partnership enables both organizations to begin sharing resources and expertise to broaden health plan and service offerings available through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont.