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1 million Vets get VA-funded private-sector care through program set to run out of money

DVA Natl Hdqtrs

 

WASHINGTON – More than a million Veterans annually rely on a Department of Veterans Affairs program to get private-sector medical care at VA expense, a program set to run out of funding in two weeks, according to data provided to USA TODAY.

VA Updates Disability Rating Schedule to Better Align with Modern Medicine

Disability Ratings

 

WASHINGTON — Effective May 13, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will update portions of the VA https://www.benefits.va.gov/WARMS/bookc.asp">Schedule for Rating Disabilities (VASRD, or rating schedule) that evaluates the organs of special sense eye conditions, as well as gynecological conditions and disorders of the breast.

VA opens new medical clinics: keeping quality care close to home

New Clinics

 

At VA, making sure Veterans have access to high quality health care is a priority. That’s why we’re proud to share the recent openings of two state-of-the-art VA medical facilities in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. These locations will reduce the amount of travel necessary for many Veterans to receive timely care.

Comparative Health Assessment Interview Research Study

Comparative Health

 

The Comparative Health Assessment Interview (CHAI) research study will help VA understand the effects of military service, deployment, and combat on the health and well-being of Veterans who served during Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and Operation New Dawn (OND). Researchers are looking at the physical and mental health, vocation or occupation, and social relationships of deployed Veterans, non-deployed Veterans, and similar civilians.

Facts About Aging and Alcohol

Aging and Alcohol

 

These are common stories. The fact is that families, friends, and healthcare workers often overlook their concerns about older people drinking. Sometimes trouble with alcohol in older people is mistaken for other conditions related to aging, for example, a problem with balance. But, how the body handles alcohol can change with age. You may have the same drinking habits, but your body has changed.

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