Evaluation and recommendation of the Veterans Administration (VA)

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Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Candidate for US Senate Florida 2016
Retired MSGT

Evaluation and recommendation of the Veterans Administration (VA)

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD retired Master Sergeant

Was a Candidate for United States Senator Florida 2016

Citizen For A Better America, Inc.

A study and review of United States Veterans Administration (VA), their policies and ability to care for our wounded soldiers.

Chapter 7. Recommendation

Even though there may be currently affordable care for our soldiers and veterans, which now exceeds 14 million through the affordable care act, and in 2001 retired veterans were allowed after the age of 63, to use Tri-care life in addition to Medicare part A and B, it is still not a solution. By allowing all veterans (wounded soldiers) access to Tri-care and Medicare, we transfer the bulk of medical care to organizations who understand the importance of care and efficiency.

With VA overseeing the care and assignment of ID’s, all veterans would have access to HMO’s and PPO’s and the cost to the budget would be drastically reduced.

The closure of VA hospitals and the issuing of ID’s to our veterans is only the beginning in the reduction of suicide, spreading of diseases and lack of care. There will still be a need for local VA offices to assist these veterans to insure their transfer into the new system. However as an out processing and transfer from the military to civilian care this procedure can be expedited.

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