View dates, agendas and meeting minutes for the Substance Misuse Prevention Oversight and Advisory Council (SPMC).
Vermont's State Office of Rural Health and Primary Care manages several federal grants that focus on improving the quality of care that Vermonters receive in hospitals and health care settings.
With the publication of Healthy Vermonters 2020 in 2012, we began our third decade of engaging policymakers, government, health and human services professionals, and the public in setting, measuring and working to achieve long term public health outcomes.
The Health Department is committed to improving health equity. Health equity is inherent in our mission to protect and promote the best of health for all Vermonters.
The Vermont Department of Health Strategic Plan is a five-year roadmap for improving internal systems and processes to promote the health and well-being of people in Vermont.
On March 9, 2022, the Vermont Department of Health once again achieved national public health accreditation. The Department was initially accredited in 2014 as one of the first five state health departments to receive the honor.
The goal of the Patient Safety Surveillance and Improvement System (PSSIS) is to improve patient safety during hospitalizations, decrease serious adverse events that occur in Vermont hospitals, and facilitate quality improvement efforts by hospitals. The Vermont Department of Health is...
The State Office of Rural Health and Primary Care works with and supports rural hospitals, clinics and health care providers to improve access to health care for all Vermonters.
Consumers can make informed decisions when choosing a Vermont hospital by using Hospital Report Cards.
The Health Department works with a number of State and community partners on research, quality improvement, and health care reform activities to have a positive impact on pediatric medical care.