Vermonters for Health Care Freedom is a 501 (c) (4) organization of individuals and businesses who are deeply concerned about health care reforms being implemented by Governor Shumlin, and seek patient-centered reforms that protect the traditional doctor-patient relationship.

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Health Care Reform Newsletter #42
December 16, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continuesour newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts.  We dig deep through national and local media coverage, to bring honest reporting to our client businesses and newsletter recipients.  We focus on Vermont’s push for a “single payer” health care system, and the problems inherent in such a system.  We also report on the federal Obamacare law and Vermont’s health benefit exchange.  No other Vermont organization is dedicated solely to this work.

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Health Care Reform Newsletter #41
December 16, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continues our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts. We dig deep through national and local media coverage, to bring honest reporting to our client businesses and newsletter recipients regarding Vermont’s push for a “single payer” health care system, and the problems inherent in such a system. We also report on the federal ObamaCare law and Vermont’s health benefit exchange. No other Vermont organization is dedicated solely to this work.

Grubergate: Shocking Revelations from VT. Single Payer Financing Guru

Jonathan Gruber, the...

Health Care Reform Newsletter #40
December 16, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continues our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts. We aim to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients; to inform our readers about Vermont’s efforts toward a “single payer” health care system and the problems inherent in such a system; and to address related health care matters at the federal and state levels.

 Quote of the Week:

“I was elected to get tough things done and this may...

Health Care Reform Newsletter #39
December 16, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continues our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts. We aim to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients; to inform our readers about Vermont’s efforts toward a “single payer” health care system and the problems inherent in such a system; and to address related health care matters at the federal and state levels.

More Evidence of State’s Failed...

Health Care Reform Newsletter #38
December 15, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continues our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts.  We aim to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients, to inform our readers about Vermont’s efforts toward a “single payer” health care system and the problems inherent in such a system; and to address related health care matters at the federal and state levels.

Vermont’s Failed Health Insurance Exchange...

Health Care Reform Newsletter #37
December 15, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continue our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts. We aim to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients, to inform our readers about Vermont’s efforts toward a “single payer” health care system and the problems inherent in such a system; and to address related health care matters at the federal and state levels.

Why Optum May Be Worse Than CGI

Quotes of the Week: “We...

Health Care Reform Newsletter #36
May 14, 2014

Vermonters   For  Health  Care  Freedom   continues   our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts.  Our aim is to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients,   to inform our readers about Vermont’s efforts toward a “single payer” health care system and the problems inherent in such a system, and to address other related health care matters at both the federal and state levels.

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Health Care Reform Newsletter #35
May 14, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continues our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts.  Our aim is to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients, to inform our readers about Vermont’s efforts toward a “single payer” health care system and the problems inherent in such a system, and to address other related health care matters at both the federal and state levels.


Vermont In 2018
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Health Care Reform Newsletter #34
May 14, 2014

Vermonters for Health Care Freedom continues our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts. Our aim is to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients, to inform our readers about the efforts toward a “single payer” health care system in Vermont and the problems inherent in such a system, and to address other related health care matters at both the federal and state levels.

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Health Care Reform Newsletter #33
May 14, 2014

Vermonters   for   Health   Care   Freedom continues our newsletter series on Vermont’s health care reform efforts.  Our aim is to provide useful information to our client businesses and newsletter recipients, to inform our readers about the efforts toward a “single payer” health care system in Vermont and the problems inherent in such a system, and to address other related health care matters at both the federal and state levels.

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"So much of the focus of H 202 and S 57 is centered on controlling the cost of health care, which is a multi-faceted entity. This legislation in its current form will directly affect the manner in which health care providers are reimbursed for their services, rather than address the root issues of the so-called “health care” crisis. Health care is costly due to many factors, including patients who are reluctant to be proactive about their health or who make poor health and lifestyle choices. Before the legislature moves forward with governmental regulation of an entire industry, they should be reminded that they are altering an industry that is responsible for 20% of the state’s economy. In addition, this bill is nothing more than an empty shell as it does not outline benefits, access, or how it will be funded. Take it back to the drawing board before you do permanent damage to the industry and the state."

Andrew Conte of Milton, Vermont
Occupational Health Coordinator

  • Employers pay 40% of the healthcare costs – and were never consulted.
  • An appointed board will determine benefits, coverage, funding, deductibles, co-pays, premiums, technology, provider payments, etc.
  • Under this law, you will not be allowed to purchase insurance outside of the Vermont Health Benefit Exchange.