Report on VA calls for network of public-private care providers

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Report on VA calls for network of public-private care providers

by: Dianna Cahn | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: July 07, 2016

A long-awaited report released Wednesday on the nation's troubled veterans' health care system recommends 18 "bold" changes, including creating a new network of public-private care providers, to address the crippling wait times and other problems at Department of Veterans Affairs.

The Commission on Care called its report a “foundation for far-reaching organizational transformation,” yet two members of the task force issued their own scathing dissent, saying the recommendations don't go nearly far enough to fix a failed system that needs a sweeping overhaul.

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