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Survey of Vermont employers finds health insurance benefits vary
February 11, 2016
UMass Medical School survey of Vermont employers finds health insurance benefits differ considerably

A UMass Medical School survey of Vermont employers finds health insurance benefits vary considerably, with one-fourth of the Vermont employers who offer health insurance to their employees covering 100 percent of employees’ health insurance premiums and a third contributing less than 70 percent.

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Commonwealth Medicine is dedicated to improving health care for people in need, while also controlling costs and maximizing revenue for our clients.

Public- and private-sector organizations save millions of dollars annually by working with us. Our evidence-based recommendations and innovative solutions produce tangible results:

  • Better health outcomes
  • Lower health care costs
  • More access to health care

Our ability to apply objective academic research and public service knowledge makes a difference — both for our clients and the individuals they serve.

    Where We’ll be Next...

    American Drug Utilization Review Society Annual Meeting

    February 25-27 — Scottsdale, AZ

    At this annual event, individuals active in drug utilization review in state Medicaid programs share information, develop skills and provide training to efficiently and effectively perform our duties. The focus is the achievement of optimum health care outcomes.

    We will be presenting at this conference.  


     

    Projects and Publications

    January 25, 2016

    The project team conducted a state needs assessment of children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Developmental Disabilities (DD). Preliminary data indicates that screening and evaluation for ASD and other DD’s in Massachusetts occur less frequently in non-native English-speaking populations and other minority cultures.