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Is the VA Worth Saving?

 

Veterans Affairs discovers off-label use for HIPAA

“VA uses patient privacy to go after whistleblowers, critics say,” by Joe Davidson for The Washington Post, July 17, 2014. 416 more words

Practice Management

We Need More Compassion, Less Government

Compassion is a term that seems to get tossed around with increased frequency these days. We are told to show compassion for Central Americans illegally crossing into the United States and Palestinians being killed by Israeli air strikes in Gaza, as well as the poor and suffering in our own communities. 1,181 more words

Florida Veteran Forgotten, Left Locked In VA Clinic

A Marine veteran from Deltona says he’s very disappointed in the Veterans Administration after he was locked inside the community clinic in Orange City on Monday. 260 more words

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Veteran Claims He Was Locked Inside VA Clinic By Himself For Hours

DELTONA, Fla. (CBS Tampa) – A veteran is extremely disappointed with the Veterans Administration after he says he was locked inside a community clinic for hours on Monday. 278 more words

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Milwaukee VA hosts Welcome Home event: "It's like you just know each other right away"

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — After serving in Vietnam for two years, Steven Brunell wears a vest telling the stories of his service and reminding him of that unspoken bond among his fellow soldiers. 236 more words

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Medicare info overflows from my mailbox

This is another in an occasional series of blog posts commenting on impending retirement.

My 65th birthday looms just a few months down the road. 313 more words

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder AKA PTSD

This post was written and contributed by Mrs. Grossman:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a term used often to describe a multitude of problems suffered by our soldiers coming back to the world from war. 777 more words

Combat Veterans