Vermont Emergency Management: Information about how and what steps to take to ensure your personal safety, how to deal with property damage and what help is available from state and federal government.
This measure was developed by the American Nurses Association for the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI®) and represents nursing care hours per patient day which refers to the number of nursing care hours relative to the patient workload.
Understanding nursing hours per patient day
Nurse Staffing Technical Guide
To view nurse staffing data click on one of the hospitals below:
Vermont law requires hospitals to publish annual reports containing information about quality of care, hospital infection rates, patient safety, nurse staffing levels, financial health, costs for services, and other hospital characteristics. The law also requires the Department of Financial Regulation to publish some of that same information in comparative format on this website.
Most of us do not think about insurance during the hectic rush of the holidays, but now that 2013 is under way, it is a good idea to evaluate your insurance coverage. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) offers these tips and reminders to help with your review.
Wildfires, flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes - disasters strike everywhere in the U.S. That's why it is improtant to make sure your insurance needs are in order, especially your homeowners' or renter's policies. The Department of Financial Regulation, Division of Insurance encourages you to take some time to refamilarize yourself with your policies and to address any questions with your insurance agent or company.
Would you like to have someone from the Department of Financial Regulation speak to your group or organization? The Department of Financial Regulation serves and protects Vermonters by providing education, information and consumers assistance. The Department offers free Consumer Outreach on a number of topics.