Vermont Health Connect

Mark Larson, commissioner of the Department of Vermont Health Access, who oversaw the troubled rollout of the state's online health insurance marketplace, is resigning.

State officials say that the Vermont Health Connect insurance exchange is working much better than it did last year.

Vermont's online health insurance marketplace could run nearly $20 million over budget.

Officials are asking users of Vermont's health care exchange system not to make online changes to their policies during the upcoming open enrollment period.

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The Vermont School Boards Association has released a report saying taxpayers could save as much as $39 million statewide if teachers migrated from their current health plans to the "gold" plan offered by Vermont Health Connect.

Vermont's top health care reform official says the state's health insurance website was taken down temporarily because security upgrades did not keep pace with a schedule agreed to with federal officials.

The candidates for Vermont governor are reacting to the shutdown of the state's troubled health insurance website for repairs.

Vermont’s online connection to its health care exchange has been temporarily disconnected. The governor pulled the plug Monday night to fix persistent problems.

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Vermont’s lieutenant governor and the minority leaders of the House and Senate, all Republicans, met at the Statehouse Tuesday to discuss the Shumlin Administration’s move to fire the company that designed and has provided technical support for the state’s health care exchange.

State health officials say Vermont is ending its contract with CGI, the company that designed Vermont's trouble-plagued Vermont Health Connect website.

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