Navy veteran Samuel Ewing, left, waits to be seen by a medical care provider at the Sacramento Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Rancho Cordova, Calif., in April 2015. White House and department officials are involved in a years-long fight over Continue reading Vets groups and lawmakers say they’re against it — but what does ‘privatization’ of Veterans Affairs really mean?
Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. VA Benefits Bulletin April 2018 Determine Your Benefits Eligibility With the Service-Connected Matrix Do you have questions about your service-connected disability benefits? We’ve got answers. Check out the Service-Connected Continue reading VA Benefits Bulletin – April 2018
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OIG conducted a congressionally-requested review to evaluate VHA’s provision of care for women veterans, both general and gender-specific, proficiencies of Designated Women’s Health Providers (DWHPs), and VHA facilities’ compliance to privacy standards for women veterans. We found that 82.5 and Continue reading Review of VHA Care and Privacy Standards for Women Veterans
FACT SHEET April 27, 2017 VCP Phone Line Imposter It has come to VA’s attention that a phone line has been set up by an unknown party to potentially “mimic” the VCP phone line. This imposter phone line may be Continue reading VETERANS CHOICE PROGRAM (VCP) PHONE LINE IMPOSTER
The Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Inspector General (OIG) independently reviews allegations and conducts administrative investigations generally concerning high-ranking senior officials and other high profile matters of interest to Congress and the Department. While these reviews and investigations may Continue reading Administrative Investigation Advisory – Alleged Conflict of Interest, Veterans Benefits Administration, Office of Economic Opportunity, Washington, DC
Veterans who got dental care at a Tomah VA may have been infected with disease. Creative Commons By Teresa Welsh firstname.lastname@example.org Nearly 600 veterans could have been infected with HIV, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C at a Veterans Affairs facility Continue reading VVA: VA DENTIST MAY HAVE INFECTED 600 Veterans with HIV andHepititis. Was not fired!!
ATTENTION: Electronic Distribution The Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Inspector General (OIG), conducted extensive work related to allegations of wait time manipulation after the allegations at the Phoenix VA Health Care System in April 2014. Since that event and Continue reading Administrative Summary of Investigation Regarding Wait Times – Washington, D.C.
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