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Complementary and Alternative
Medical Association
of Vermont
www.CAMaVT.org
A grassroots organization promoting heath and prosperity

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“We all know there’s huge savings in preventative care”
“Vermont is too small to fail”

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin

The grassroots Complementary and Alternative Medical Association of Vermont (www.CAMaVT.org) invites you and all interested to join us working together to achieve our mutual goals. Together we can turn our failed health care system right side up by keeping Vermonters healthy through wellness, healing, preventing the birth of disease and the integration of Alternative and Conventional health care service.

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1)  Comments on ACA (ObamaCare)   By Director Robin Lunge, Deputy Director Dave Reynolds Health Care Reform, Agency of Administration,:Oct. 23, 2013.

a)     State insurance, benefits, and payment determinations are not preempted by the ACA.

b)     The exchange will contain the current benefit package for 2014 and 2015. For 2016 it is unknown.

For More click on  Comments on ACA (ObamaCare)

c)     State mandates will continue such as insurance coverage of Chiropractors and Naturopaths.

d)     If benefits are added the state must pay for them.

Mission Statement

 

Complementary and Alternative Medical
Association of Vermont (CAMaVT.org)

Mission Statement

  • To unify Vermont’s diverse Complementary and Alternative Medical community under the umbrella of our shared Holistic Health ideals.
  • To promote the health and prosperity of all Vermonters
  • To bring coherence and to Vermont’s health care system
  • To integrate conventional, complementary and alternative medicine
  • To reverse rising health costs through evidence-based health promotion and true disease prevention
  • To promote scientific research to verify CAM’s effectiveness and cost effectiveness
  • To restore Hippocrates’ principles:
    • Health promotion and diseased prevention and are primary and treatment secondary
    • First do no harm