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Facing financial struggle, Vermont hospitals ask for revenue growth, rate hikes

By VTDigger  
   August 19, 2019

Vermont's 14 hospitals are asking the state to allow their patient revenues to grow at a higher rate than recommended by regulators. If the Green Mountain Care Board, which regulates health care spending in Vermont, approves the budgets as submitted by hospitals this year, the medical centers would take in $118 million more in fiscal year 2020 than they expect to take in this year. 

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