Sandy Rousse has served as President and CEO of Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice since 2012 and holds a lengthy affiliation with the organization through board and management leadership roles. Ms. Rousse possesses extensive knowledge of the home health and hospice industries and has participated in multiple health reform stakeholder workgroups in Vermont. She has in-depth knowledge of delivery system and payment reform and is passionate about community-based healthcare and its role in population health. As she says, “Home care providers have a wealth of information about their clients that could be extremely valuable in helping providers across the care continuum more fully understand how environmental factors impact a person’s medical condition. I am driven to find innovative solutions that can assist Vermont providers improve health outcomes and care coordination for Vermonters.” Sandy is a member of the OneCare Vermont Finance and Population Health Strategy Committees and the University of Vermont Health Network Planning, Audit, and Population Health Committees. She is also a member of the Vermont Health Information Exchange Steering Committee and the Barre City Police Advisory Committee. Ms. Rousse served on the Health Information Exchange Workgroup of the Vermont Health Innovation Project from 2013 to 2014. She is an accountant by trade and is a Corporator of Northfield Savings Bank, as well as a member of the Vermont Society of CPAs and the Barre Rotary Club. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Rhode Island, and lives in Barre City with her husband and daughter.