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Excellence in Customer Service Begins with Being Grounded in the Community Do you ever wonder what happens with those surveys you fill out after a phone call to a customer service team? Here at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont, we listen to each customer’s response and take immediate steps to make changes based on your feedback. Vermont Community
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Gleaning: Connecting to Each Other, Feeding Our Neighbors 14.3 million pounds of food goes to waste on Vermont farms every summer. At the invitation of the farmers, non-profits like Community Harvest of Central Vermont organize people to pick fruits, vegetables, and berries that are unsalable by the farmer. This process of gleaning saves millions of pounds of food from the waste stream each year, while getting nutritious, locally grown produce to vulnerable neighbors. Vermont Community
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The First Step to Healthy Aging? Medicare! A big part of healthy aging is having the right health coverage in place. If you’re age 65 or older, your best path to peace of mind begins with Medicare. Medicare can help you maintain your wellness, manage your expenses, and access the care you need if you do become ill.Navigating Health Care
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Vermont Blue Advantage® Moves Forward for Older Vermonters Berlin, VT, October 19, 2020— Vermont Blue Advantage is proud to announce it was awarded a contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, allowing the affiliate of Blue Cross® and Blue Shield® of Vermont to provide Medicare Advantage plans to older Vermont for coverage beginning January 1st. Vermont Blue Advantage will offer Medicare Advantage plans built on Vermont relationships, with a health network in all 14 Vermont counties, as well as taking advantage of the nationwide Blue Cross Blue Shield health network to take care of Vermonters as they travel.News Releases

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