Proposal giving veterans direct access to APRNs needed to cut backlog


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By Petra Goodman

America’s veterans have served on the front lines to protect our freedom.  And as a grateful nation, we must do our part to protect them. But right now, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), there is a backlog of more than 505,000 veterans waiting 30 days or longer to receive medical care at VA facilities across our country.

Let’s make a collective commitment to better serve those who have served our nation.

Veterans, the VA, and the health care community all agree, we need to give our veterans better access to care in our VA system.  That is why the VA has proposed a solid plan to modernize the VA system and adopt a 21st century approach to health care delivery.

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