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Department of Vermont Health Access (DVHA)

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DVHA is responsible for the management of Vermont's publicly funded health insurance programs.


 

Our Mission is to:

•Provide leadership for Vermont stakeholders to improve access, quality and cost effectiveness in health care reform

•Assist Medicaid beneficiaries in accessing clinically appropriate health services

•Administer Vermont's public health insurance system efficiently and effectively

•Collaborate with other health care system entities in bringing evidence-based practices to Vermont Medicaid beneficiaries.                                                                                      

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Agency of Human Services (AHS)Suggested Links:
  Dept of Disabilities, Aging & Independent Living (DAIL)               Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)       
  Dept for Children & Families (DCF)  Dept of Financial Regulation
  Dept of Mental Health (DMH)  Office of Professional Regulation
  Vermont Dept of Health (VDH)  Protect Kids from Child Sexual Abuse

 

To report Medicaid PROVIDER fraud, waste and/or abuse:
 o   By fax: (802) 871-3090   
  •         To call: (802) 879-5900

 

 To report Beneficiary ELIGIBILITY fraud:

            Call Maximus at 1-800-250-8427

 

 

Contact Information

312 Hurricane Lane, Suite 201, Williston, Vermont 05495
Phone: 802 879-5900  Fax: 802 879-5651

Contact List for staff email, telephone & fax numbers

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday (Excluding Holidays) 7:45am - 4:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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