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Just A Thought On Invasive Medical Testing At Vamcs


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With the recent news of the unsanitary conditions at various VAMCs across the country when it comes to invasive testing I have a thought. If I'm schedule for ANY type of invasive test, surgery or anything I don't feel comfortable with the VA doing in the future, I'm going to demand (not ask, demand) that it be done fee-based. And I'll have all of the articles of the recent events in hand.

I'm not willing to take the risk of the VAMC being stupid.

Are you?

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If you have medicare I would rely on that instead of trying to fight with the VA over Fee Base. Unless you are far from a VAMC the VA won't provide for fee base.

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