Healthcare Eligibility, Co-pay Requirements

Costa, Raul
March 2009
PN;Mar2009, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p39
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The article focuses on the healthcare eligibility and the health care requirements for U.S. veterans. It notes that most veterans must be enrolled in Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health systems in order to receive medical care and that eligible veterans must have an honorable discharge from the military. Information regarding laws employed on the said concern are specified.


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