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SOURCE: White House has no answer for 7 million veterans who stand to lose health care

the government is not interested in veterans health just profits for the health insurance companies
But Americans voted to scrap the health care system ( trump said it would go and it has) so it has reverted back to a be healthy or die situation for most americans

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Do I get reciprical health care in Australia I am from the uk.?


Ah there you go. Some much easier now :>) The answer is yes, but check what coverage.

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Why is it that The Senator can recieve emediate health care when he has a healtth issue ab I as a disabled veteran have been jacked around by the v a health care system for over 2 and a half years


senators are more important than vets or so they think
A senator can afford private health insurance and that allows for immediate attention and if you do not have health insurance the department really doesn' t give a dam
Get the veterans associations involved in your case

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Did congress pass rep, mcsallie's bill on healthcare for congress


HEALTH CARE REFORM AND CONGRESS: The House has passed a bill (H.R. 2192), sponsored by Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz. The bill would eliminate waiver provisions in new health care reform legislation for members of Congress and their staffers. McSally said removing the exemption would appropriately ensure that Congress must abide by the laws it passes. The vote, on May 4, was unanimous with 429 yeas.

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White House has no answer for 7 million veterans who stand to lose health care


the government is not interested in veterans health just profits for the health insurance companies
But Americans voted to scrap the health care system ( trump said it would go and it has) so it has reverted back to a be healthy or die situation for most americans

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Indemnity health plan


A PPO covers many of your health care needs for a small per-visit fee if you choose from the list of "preferred providers." You can choose to see a doctor who's not on the list, but you'll foot a greater part of the bill and may have to pay a deductible. Some PPOs do require claim forms. where as Indemnity insurance doesn't cover the total cost. Coverage is usually limited to a percentage of the billed amount.
To know more you can check the below link http://www.mass.gov/anf/employee-insurance-and-retirement-benefits/oversight-agencies/gic/epo-ppo-hmo-the-alphabet-soup-that-tells.html

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