Vermont Blue Advantage has been awarded a contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, providing Medicare Advantage plans to older Vermonters beginning in 2021.
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Pamela Getsie was appointed President of Vermont Blue Advantage® in March 2020. Her leadership is essential to the success of this new venture.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont signed a pledge to ensure that members who identify as LGBTQ will have continued access to health care without fear of discrimination.
Insurance Non-Profit Pledges to Match Employee Fundraiser Supporting Local Racial Justice Organizations
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont condemns racism and systemic oppression and stands in solidarity with other local Vermont institutions and organizations to proactively disrupt the status quo.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont Selects Further to Administer Consumer Directed Health Spending Accounts
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont announced it will have Further administer its consumer-directed health plan spending account administration services starting January 1, 2021.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont’s new Provider Passport Program looks to simplify providers’ paperwork and speed patients’ access to care.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont partners with Civica Rx™ to Reduce the Cost of Prescription Drugs in Vermont
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont announced a new partnership with a non-profit organization Civica Rx to help ensures access to important medications and more affordable options for Vermonters.