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Sorry everyone I am going to ask a question that I should be able to find the answer too. I think my search-fu is off today. So before I get to frustrated I will just ask.

I was just awarded 70% on an initial claim. Outside of registering for health care at my local VAMC and concentrating on some appeals I feel like I am missing something. Is there any reading some one can direct me toward censuring co-pays and meds and anything else I need do get done next. Thanks.

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Check these out maybe it will help you and I'm sure others will chime in.

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Oct 31, 2012 ... Copays And Very Trickey Process Repay Va - posted in (VA Claims Research) Veterans Affairs Claims and Benefits Research: ...

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May 20, 2011 ... Getting Re-Imbursement From Vamc For Copays - posted in VA Medical Centers Navigating through it: Hi Folks, I thought I would share what I ...

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Apr 25, 2012 ... I have Rx coverage with a former civilian employer,but with a large co-pay.I have been to VA pharmacy to get Rx's filled,but a lot of the medicine ...

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Mar 18, 2012 ... Service Connection And Your Va Copays/prescriptions - posted in (VA Claims Research) Veterans Affairs Claims and Benefits Research: Hello ...

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