Public Comment & Public Record Information
Public Comments are Public Records: All public comments received by the Green Mountain Care Board, whether posted to the Board’s website or sent only to Board members/staff, are “public records” under Vermont law. This means that, absent a specific exemption under state law, any member of the public may access the Board’s public comments by submitting a public records request.
Posting of Public Comments: The Board will not post public comments on its website where it determines, in its discretion, that the comment contains inappropriate or offensive language.
Please contact Christina McLaughlin if you have any questions regarding public comments.
How to Submit a Public Comment
You may submit a comment to the Board at any time or during a special comment period by filling out our Public Comment Form.
Ongoing Special Comment Periods
Please submit your public comment before the deadline of the special comment period in order for the comment to be posted online and considered by the Board. Comments submitted after the deadline may not be posted online but will always be forwarded to the Board and may be considered by the Board (time permitting) for the specific topic.
- OneCare Vermont will present their Revised Budget to the Board on May 4, 2022. The GMCB staff analysis will be on May 11, 2022, with a potential vote noticed for May 11 or May 18. Revised budget materials can be found on the FY22 ACO Oversight Page. Please submit public comment by Friday, May 6, to be considered ahead of the GMCB staff analysis presentation on May 11. Comments submitted after May 6 will still be shared with the Board.
- The Board has asked its advisory committees to provide written comment to inform a potential future agreement with the State of Vermont (Governor, AHS, and GMCB) and CMS. The slides presented to the General Advisory Committee on February 8, 2021 can be seen here. The Board encourages the general public to comment on this information at any time so that feedback can be considered by the All-Payer Model Signatories: the Governor's Office, the Agency of Human Services, and the Green Mountain Care Board.
Questions? Please call the Board at (802)-828-2177 or e-mail the Board.