OneCare is a Community of Providers

OneCare is a provider-informed community working across organizations to bring together health care workers and partners to improve health outcomes for Vermonters and stabilize costs. OneCare contracts with Vermont providers to participate in care coordination, quality improvement, and payment reform activities. We invest in primary care to help improve the health of Vermonters and to support preventive care provided by primary care, pediatric, adult, and internal medicine clinicians. Our community of providers includes:

  • Hospitals
  • Hospital-owned practices
  • Independent primary care
  • Independent specialty care
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Home Health and Hospice
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • Designated Agencies
  • Support and Services at Home
  • Area Agencies on Aging

Watch and learn how Eilidh Pederson, COO at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH), uses OneCare data and analytics to address population health in the BMH health service area.

Eilidh Pederson from Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, on OneCare data filling gaps in electronic medical records data, leading to better patient outcomes.

A case study in care coordination and telehealth as a key strategy for prevention and managing care.


OneCare’s vision to shift away from paying for health care in a fee-for-service model to a value-based model, reducing spending and improving health outcomes.

The pandemic has made it clear that fee-for-service is unsustainable, and we’re fully committed to value-based care as the solution to stabilizing Vermont’s increasing health care costs.

Claudio Fort

President and CEO , Rutland Regional Medical Center

Which providers are part of the accountable care organization?

The OneCare community includes providers and partner organizations from across the state of Vermont. Find out which providers are currently part of OneCare in the List of Network Participants and Collaborators.

I'm a provider. How do I join the ACO?

The first step is to submit the Network Request Form. OneCare will review your application and reach out to you. Provider organizations may join the ACO at the start of the performance year, with contracting occurring in the spring/summer of the prior year. For questions, contact the OneCare contracting team.

Which insurance companies currently work with OneCare?

OneCare partners with the following insurance companies to develop innovative value-based care programs:

  • Medicare
  • Vermont Medicaid
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont Commercial Plans
  • MVP

Resources and Forms For Providers

Decorative Concept Image - Fraud and Abuse Waivers. People are shown working together to make it easier for doctors to provide certain types of medical care to their patients.

Fraud And Abuse Waivers