Blueprint for Health

What We Do

The Vermont Blueprint for Health designs community-led strategies for improving health and well-being. The Blueprint’s design work responds to the emerging needs of Vermonters and the latest opportunities in health and human services reform by creating change in the delivery system. This work began with Patient-Centered Medical Homes, Community Health Teams, and Self-Management and Healthier Living Workshops. It subsequently expanded to include the Hub & Spoke system of opioid use disorder treatment, and the Women’s Health Initiative. In support of program implementation, full population data and analytics and learning collaboratives are available for policy makers, communities, and practices.

Who We Serve

Services supported by the Blueprint for Health Program are available to all Vermonters.

How We Impact

The activities of the Blueprint serve as the foundation for strengthening primary care and expanding the ACO programs. This initiative is especially focused on building the links between community and medical services, so that patients have better coordinated care across the spectrum of services.

Together the following performance measures focus on whether Vermonters are better off as a result of this program. They do so by looking at the quality and efficiency of these programs and services.

Action Plan

The top 3 priorities/initiatives for the Blueprint in SFY20 are:

  • Strategic planning to align with All Payer Model Health Reform
  • Full implementation of the Women’s Health Initiative
  • Developing data/analytics services that include using and linking state data sets in service AHS and DVHA priorities
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