If you have lost health insurance coverage or are currently uninsured you may be eligible for Medicaid or enrollment in a qualified health plan. To apply, visit www.VermontHealthConnect.gov. You can also call 855-899-9600 Monday – Friday, 8am to 4:30pm. Information is also available at https://info.healthconnect.vermont.gov/QualifyingEvents.
The Department of Labor has created guidance regarding implementation of certain provisions of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP). These FAQs answer questions from stakeholders to help individuals understand the law and benefit from it, as intended. The Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have reviewed these FAQs, and, concur in the application of the laws under their jurisdiction as set forth in these FAQs.
General Health Insurance
The Insurance Division is responsible to ensure that health insurers and health insurance plans meet all consumer protection and quality requirements under Vermont laws. The information furnished here provides regulatory information for health insurers and managed care organizations.
The Green Mountain Care Board, an entity seperate from DFR, is charged with reducing the rate of health care cost growth in Vermont while ensuring that the State of Vermont maintains a high quality, accessible health care system.
Vermont Health Connect is a way to choose a health plan that fits an individual's needs and budget with both private or public plans.
- Shopping for Medicare Supplemental Insurance
- Medicare Supplement Rates
- Under 65 years old on Medicaid and turning 65 within the next six months
- Medicare Prescription Part D