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Bi-State Celebrates 30th Anniversary at Primary Care Conference
FAIRLEE, VERMONT - May 24, 2016 - Bi-State celebrated its 30th anniversary with more than 200 health care industry leaders at its 2016 Primary Care Conference at Lake Morey Resort. The conference, led by Tess Stack Kuenning, president/CEO, featured experts on the transformation to a vaue-based health care system, the next phase in health care reform underway throughout the country. Read more: 2016 Primary Care Conference Program.
Photo caption: The annual Bi-State Awards were presented to eight individuals who have made outstanding contributions to "improving access to primary health care for all." Vermont honorees included: Andrew Majka, Former Chief Financial Officer, Springfield Medical Care Systems; Philip Kiely, MD, Medical Director, Morrisville Family Health Care and Lamoille Home Health & Hospice; Georgia Maheras, Esq., Project Director, Vermont Health Care Innovation Project and Deputy Director, Health Care Reform for Payment and Delivery System Reform, Agency of Administration; and Connie Philleo, Board Member, Little Rivers Health Care. New Hampshire honorees included: Nicholas Toumpas, Commissioner (retired), New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services; Sandra Rose, PhD, Former Director of Behavioral Health, Goodwin Community Health; Patricia Tilley, MSEd, Bureau Chief, Community Health and Population Services, New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services; and Georgia Maheras, Esq.,Project Director, Vermont Health Care Innovation Project and Deputy Director, Health Care Reform for Payment and Delivery System Reform, Agency of Administration.