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Restructuring the VA Health Care System : Safety Net , Training , and Other Considerations Wednesday ,

  title={Restructuring the VA Health Care System : Safety Net , Training , and Other Considerations Wednesday ,},
  author={W. Kizer},


The changing face of the Veterans Affairs health care system.
Care at 2 Veterans Hospitals is Criticized,
  • New York Times, February
  • 1998
Veterans Issues in the 105th Congress
This report focuses on policies, programs, and benefits of interest to veterans. Included are discussions of issues before the 105th Congress, and the current status of major legislation.
Fatal Mistakes,
  • St. Petersburg Times, June
  • 1997
On the role of veterans in the development of neurology in the United States: A personal reflection
Throughout my career I have regularly provided this neurologic examination to students, residents, and staff, not with a requirement for its use, but rather as an example of what should be tested and why.
Quality of Vets
  • Health Care Questioned,” Washington Post, December
  • 1997
Rockefeller IV, ranking minority member, Committee on Veterans
  • Letter
  • 1997
The "new VA": delivering health care value through integrated service networks.
The Veterans Health Administration is currently undergoing an innovative transformation that is among the most profound of any organization in American history.
The VA health care system: an unrecognized national safety net.
How the recently reorganized Department of Veterans Affairs serves as a coordinated, national safety-net provider is described and the veterans who are not supported by the market-based system are characterized.
Reform of the Veterans Affairs health care system.
  • J. Iglehart
  • Medicine
    The New England journal of medicine
  • 1996
The Department of Veterans Affairs has embarked on the reformation of its often-criticized health care system, an insular system that Congress has protected from the tumultuous forces that are