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2021 Health Laws
Join the Vermont Medical Society staff as they discuss important new laws and updates to Vermont legislation relating to the State’s health and practices of health care workers. A significant amount of time will be allotted for the Q&A portion following a detailed overview of what’s occurred at the Statehouse this session as it relates to medical professionals.

Jun 17, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jessa Barnard, Esq.
Executive Director @Vermont Medical Society
Jessa Barnard is the Vermont Medical Society’s Executive Director. She is a native of Bennington and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and a law degree from Stanford University School of Law. Jessa has over 10 years of experience in health care policy and regulation and is a frequent speaker on topics including health reform, advocacy, and issues in health law.
Stephanie Winters
Deputy Executive Director @Vermont Medical Society
Stephanie Winters is the Deputy Executive Director for the Vermont Medical Society and has been with the Society since 1998. She serves as the Executive Director of the American Academy of Pediatrics Vermont Chapter, Vermont Academy of Family Physicians, Vermont Ophthalmological Society, Vermont Orthopaedic Society, Vermont Psychiatric Association, Vermont Society of Anesthesiologists, American College of Surgeons Vermont Chapter, and the Program Administrator for the Vermont Medical Society Education and Research Foundation Physician Leadership Program.
Jill Sudhoff-Guerin
Policy & Communications Manager @Vermont Medical Society
Jill Sudhoff-Guerin joins the Vermont Medical Society as the Policy and Communications Manager. Prior to joining the Society, she was the Government Relations Director for the Vermont chapter of the American Cancer Society, in which she focused on patient advocacy and public health policy in Montpelier and in Congress. She has 7 years of experience working in Vermont health care policy and regulations and began her career as a legislative and regulatory analyst at Leonine Public Affairs (previously KSE Partners) in Montpelier.