Lake Champlain Chamber of
Catamount health builds on and expands the governorís chronic
We cannot control the growth in spending
without a focus on chronic illness and population health
It assures the chronic care infrastructure will be available to
chronically ill patients in the state, not just the privately insured
It reduces administrative and clinical costs.
It reduces substantially the number of uninsured in the state and
provides them affordable comprehensive insurance
It generates about $550 million in savings to employers and
insured working families over the next ten years
It will improve the quality of care, and provide better value for
each health care dollar spent.