Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Veterans who live an average of 30 minutes away away from a VAMF would be allowed to see a private doctor

Via Billy

VA unveils proposal to expand private health care for veterans

The proposal released by the Department of Veterans Affair could potentially make more than a million more veterans eligible for private health care than under current rules.

“Most Americans can already choose the health care providers that they trust, and President Trump promised that veterans would be able to do the same,” VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said in a statement Wednesday. “With VA’s new access standards, the future of the VA health care system will lie in the hands of veterans — exactly where it should be.”

The proposal released Wednesday seeks to implement the VA Mission Act, which Congress passed in June and which Trump has touted as a signature legislative achievement.

The final rules are expected to be published this coming June.

More @ The Hill

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