Rural care and the VHA – Ep 147
Henri is joined by Suzanne Gordon from the Health Care Policy Institute to delve into issues concerning the privatization of Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and the future of healthcare in rural areas. Suzanne warns against the slow dismantling of the VA system due to privatization and outsourcing to the private sector, and how it disproportionately affects rural veterans. She emphasizes the importance of expanding the VA system and improving it from within. Suzanne also suggest ways in which veterans and others can engage in advocating for the VA system and resisting its privatization.
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