Better Care for our Veterans

Our veterans are not being served by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) the way they deserve.

 

The VA health system needs to implement short-term and long-term reforms to ensure timely, quality, and affordable health care for veterans.

 

There are 18.5 million veterans of the American Armed Forces. About one-half of those utilize the VHA for some form of health care. This can range from general medical care, to specialized care for service-related injuries. Through personal choice or position on the priority listing for VHA services, the 9.5 million veterans not in the VHA system utilize private health insurance. Of the remaining 9 million veterans, about one-third depend solely upon the VHA for medical care, and two-thirds are supplemented with private health insurance. 

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- Dr. George Flinn

Conservative Republican U.S. Senate Candidate

"They stood for us, now they deserve our care. Let’s make sure our veterans have the best healthcare they deserve."

The VA health system needs to implement short-term and long-term reforms to ensure timely, quality, and affordable health care for veterans.

There are 18.5 million veterans of the American Armed Forces. About one-half of those utilize the VHA for some form of health care. This can range from general medical care to specialized care for service-related injuries. Through personal choice or position on the priority listing for VHA services, the 9.5 million veterans not in the VHA system utilize private health insurance. Of the remaining 9 million veterans, about one-third depend solely upon the VHA for medical care, and two-thirds are supplemented with private health insurance. A review of the purpose of the VA health system reveals that it was not created to take care of general health care needs, but the needs of those veterans who sustained injury while serving their county.

 
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