BURLINGTON — The new parent company of Fletcher Allen Health Care and Central Vermont Medical Center says it has improved the quality of its care and saved about $1.1 million in its first year.
The company says the savings come from coordination of supply chain purchasing, human resources programs and other initiatives.
Other accomplishments include improving quality of care systems through the adoption of shared best practice guidelines and training in areas from intensive care to infection prevention to stroke; and sharing human resources knowledge and assets to reduce costs for management training and other employee activities.MORE IN Vermont NewsThree professors in the University of Vermont Extension program are losing their positions next... Full Story
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