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Please Join Us for the VMS Advocacy Day, February 18th, 2020 – from 9am – 3 pm Register Today! Flex your leadership muscles and join us for VMS Advocacy Day 2020, which will include a personalized Media Training, a Town Hall Luncheon with Leaders of the Legislature and the opportunity to testify at...
The VMS is jumping into the 2020 legislative session with all feet, with press events coming up that VMS members are participating in around climate change, gun safety, and vaping. A number of VMS priority bills are now getting introduced and we have already testified (last week) in support of the...
Please click here to view the VMS Dashboard draft covering VMS accomplishments and activities from 2018-2020.
Legislation VMS will advocate for in 2020 includes: Insurance Practices - Advancing meaningful out-of-network coverage and charges for patients; protecting physicians from unfair contracting and reimbursing practices. Suicide Gun Violence Prevention - Supporting a waiting period and assault weapon...
VMS is pleased to announce the newest staff member joining our team, Elizabeth Alessi, who will serve as the VMS Program and Event Assistant. Elizabeth will be providing support for VMS’ membership activities, events including statewide webinars and conferences, and specialty societies. You may be...
VMS December Webinar: Pain Management Strategies With Jon Porter, MD,Thursday, December 19th from 12-1PMGotowebinar Join us for this CME webinar on pain management strategies with Jon Porter, MD, with the University of Vermont Medical Center Comprehensive Pain Program. Please register for this...
Seeking VMS Members to Participate in Health Reform Task Force In follow-up to a 2019 proposed resolution, "Resolution in support of single-payer improved Medicare for All,"  that was tabled by the membership for discussion by the VMS Council, the Council voted in November to form a VMS Health Care...
Many members faced unsettling conditions just to reach the Topnotch Resort in Stowe for the 206th VMS Annual Meeting, hosted in collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics Vermont Chapter, Vermont Academy of Family Physicians and the Vermont Psychiatric Association. This meeting, which...
VMS member input is needed on allowing pharmacists in Vermont to prescribe medications. The Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) has been directed by the legislature to “evaluate the costs and benefits of incorporating prescribing authority into the scope of practice of licensed pharmacists.”...
Vermont Medical Society  Event and Program Assistant   Job Description   Classification: Hourly Reports to: Deputy Executive Director Date of Posting: October 16, 2019 The Vermont Medical Society is seeking a full-time (37.5 hours/week) event and program assistant to provide administrative and...

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