Vermont Blue Advantage has been awarded their second contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, offering Medicare Advantage plans to Vermonters.
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont’s Blue MedicareRx Sustains Highest CMS Part D Rating in Vermont for 5th Consecutive Year
Blue MedicareRxSM Prescription Drug Plan was again awarded the highest star rating in Vermont. This is the only Medicare Part D program in Vermont to achieve an overall four and a half-star rating for 2022 from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Health care providers now have the ability to track a patient’s social determinants of health through new medical codes championed by a Family Nurse Practitioner and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont Effort Leads to New Medical Codes Nationwide to Track Food Insecurity
Blue Cross and BlueShield of Vermont worked with a provider on the implementation of new ICD-10 codes to allow health care providers to better track and address food security issues.
A recently published case study focused on the positive outcomes for Blue Cross members participating in a program to improve treatment options for patients struggling with opioid use for musculoskeletal pain conditions.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance announced that Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont was rated among the highest commercial health insurance carrier scores in Vermont.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield Study Reports Higher Childbirth Complication Rates for Black and Hispanic Women Regardless of Age
Black women under the age of 24 are more likely to experience severe childbirth complications than white women over the age of 35, according to data from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.