When: January 12 from 7:00p.m.–9:00p.m
Where: Catamount Arts, 115 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury
What: The Agency of Administration is hosting four listening sessions across Vermont to help inform the design of future health care reform financing plans. These sessions will include presentations on the challenges facing Vermont’s health care system, how health care is financed currently in Vermont, and an overview of Vermont’s revenue system. Participants will use these informational presentations and their own experiences to offer input on the potential impact of various financing sources on Vermont businesses and on the state’s economy and economic climate.
Who will Attend: Staff from the Agency of Administration, including the Secretary of Administration, Tax Commissioner, and Director of Health Care Reform along with the Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development.
Who Should Attend: The Legislature identified health care professionals, employers, and members of the public as the broad stakeholder groups for health care reform. All are welcome, as the sessions are designed for both professionals in the field and the general public.
Parking will be available at each site or on the street adjacent to the site. All sites will be ADA accessible.
Contact: Please contact Michael Costa, Special Counsel, Vermont Department of Taxes at (802) 828-0141 or Michael.Costa@state.vt.us.