Healthcare professionals coalition raises concerns about the impact of new VA access standards on veterans.
Firearms Trade Association and Suicide Prevention Foundation teams with VA to prevent veteran suicide
VHPI and nine organizations representing thousands of doctors, nurses and other professionals who care for America’s veterans, support the need for a community care network but assert VA’s proposed regulations will compromise the integrity of the Veterans Health Administration model of health care.
Drive time should never beat quality in veterans’ health care
An historic partnership could help curb veterans’ suicide.
Double Standards: Trump Administration, Congress must make standards for non-VA and VA providers equal
The Department of Veterans Affairs prioritized drive time over health care quality in their new access standards for the VA MISSION Act. Here’s what that means for veterans.
A Budget for America’s Veterans
VHPI’s analysis, titled ‘Double Standards’, states the MISSION Act’s Community Care Network (CCN) will only be successful if the VHA establishes criteria that matches its own internal standards.
VA coverage driven by special interests
The Veterans Healthcare Policy Institute supports ‘The Independent Budget: Veterans Agenda for the 116th Congress’ as a prudent blueprint to address veterans’ immediate healthcare needs as well as those of future generations.
Report details how corporate funders influenced mass media, ignored evidence behind veterans’ health care