Don’t miss the opportunity to join the Green Mountain Care Board to work on exciting health care regulation and reform initiatives!
The Green Mountain Care Board is an independent, five-member board that seeks to improve the health of Vermonters through a high-quality, accessible, and sustainable health care system. The Board’s duties and responsibilities can be found on its website. This Staff Attorney position reports to the Board’s General Counsel.
Staff Attorneys are responsible for providing legal analysis and recommendations to the Board and its staff relating to health care regulation and reform, including health insurance rate review, hospital budget review, certificate of need review, accountable care organization (ACO) certification and budget review, data management and release, and health care payment and delivery system reform initiatives. Work includes but is not limited to drafting legal opinions, drafting and filing administrative rules, drafting and reviewing contracts, assisting with the legislative process, presenting at public Board meetings, and participating in the development of public policy.
If you would like more information about this position, please contact Jean Stetter at firstname.lastname@example.org
The GMCB's mission is to drive system-wide improvements in access, affordability, and quality of health care to improve the health of Vermonters. A current example is the Act 167 of 2022 work. (https://gmcboard.vermont.gov/hospitalsustainability)
Specifically, page 14 of this presentation outlines the approach for the work (https://gmcboard.vermont.gov/sites/gmcb/files/documents/2023_Act_167_Engagement_Plan_Web.pdf).
Also, as part of the State of Vermont, the work of the Office of Racial Equity and Department of Human Resources has helped us advance equity in our work.