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December 14, 2012 in Resistance

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VA CARE VERSUS OBAMACARE
Copyright December 14, 2012
Ronald Boldt

A new report, “The Veterans Disability System: Problems and Solutions,” was released Dec. 12, 2012 by the nonprofit National Center for Policy Analysis. Shows how the Obama Administration and the ineptitude of the VA, has caused more harm to veterans then their injures.

This has been an ongoing problem with the VA and other government run medical processing facilities, and is a simple way of knowing what will happen under ObamaCare, when the government handles medical claims.

Here are some sickening facts that the report came up with dealing with veterans’ benefits claims:

If you are a veteran calling VA’s benefits hotline, you have less than 49 % chance of being connected to someone, and (even less then that) and receiving a correct answer.

Over 31% of the claims filed with the Veterans Affairs Department are rubber stamped denied — and an unprecedented number over 60 % of those denials will be error.

Over 60% of claims that are filed will take longer than 125 days to be processed.

More than 7 % of claims will be misplaced, and 4 % will be completely lost.

As a veteran myself I have fought the so called system for over five years on one claim and was denied, incorrectly, but a bean counter who is not a medical doctor, does not have a degree in even basic triage, and yet is given the authority to rubber stamp claims as being accepted or denied.

A majority of the claims processors have never served, along with the same percentage of the people that work for the VA.

From just this aspect of how moronic pencil pushers and bean counters are working for the VA you can easily see what will happen under ObamaCare.

I have had many people tell me as a veteran I should contact my Congressman and Senators, which I did, and this was one of the reason my one claim was denied after making me wait for over five years. These needle dicks wanna be warriors, will maliciously deny claims when you take action upon them.

The funny thing is that I will be given my benefits not for the cancer I am dying from, but for my hearing loss, can you say go fucking figger.

The VA states that they are working as fast as they can to process these claims and yet the average time is over 3 years before any claim will be looked at due to the sloth like mentality of the workers.

The report recommends that the federal government does not handle the claims but have each state handle their own claims. This will speed up the process and have a higher accuracy in claims.

The nonpartisan National Center for Policy Analysis, which specializes in retirement and health care programs, is skeptical about VA’s stated goal of eliminating the claims backlog by the end of 2015.

The VA statement of having the backlog removed by 2015 is not only a pile of horse shit but they expect the veterans to believe it is caviar. The only way that this can be done at the speed the employees are working is they deny over 60% of the claims without reading them. Wait that is what they are doing right now.

The reports states that the VA, “is barely able to process current claims, and has exhibited little to no progress toward their stated goal of 125 days and 98 percent accuracy for processed claims by 2015.”

So now we see how the government is treating those of us that have the balls to serve, think how they will treat you the cowardly civilians under ObamaCare.


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2 responses to VA CARE VERSUS OBAMACARE

  1. Well as a former SF medic and nurse your best bet is to make several copies of your military and medical records as insurance sine the military will edit and redact info they do not want the VA and public to see. Then both mail and scan and email it to family and friends you can trust.

  2. Any tips for this soon-to-be medically discharged or retired soldier?

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