I do medical billing and our office is part of the Community Care Network, which Doctors have to credential to be a participate. Living unapologetically black. The fee schedule pays just above Medicare rates. Which may deter some Doctors from participating.
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Optum, who is part of the United Healthcare Network handles all claims. I have noticed changes in care through the years. Appointments are scheduled in 3 weeks or less, the network has increased in size since the medical community is eager to help vets and give some relief to the original VA system. Many times appointments are made with the Vets on a 3 way call. Living unapologetically black. So Each appointment is convenient to their schedule. Each vet is able to register their account online and refill meds, they have better access to many programs that were not available in years prior. In my opinion the new model is working very well. It takes time, now that they are able to fire inadequate employees and involve the local communities, the vets will receive the best care available. Sir or madam which ever it is, obviously you’re not a veteran. When you state one, are you lying? I’ve never had one problem with any V.A. appointment with my doctor or hospital, at any time. What say you? I’ve been in the VA system since 1992.
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You are most correct, as I have experienced, the smaller VA facilities are by far better than the bigger ones. Living unapologetically black. It once was great from 1992 until about 2000 when it started to go downhill.