The number of veterans eligible for health care services in their communities, using networks of private-sector providers contracted by the Department of Veterans Affairs, is expected to jump this summer when regulations setting new access standards for community care become final. Veterans service organizations and congressional committees with oversight responsibilities for the VA contend that the barebone details released last week raise many more questions than they answer. For more details, see this Military Advantage post.
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