VA’s Office of Community Care (OCC) empowers eligible Veterans to get care from local community providers when VA cannot provide the care needed. Dr. Elizabeth Brill, Chief Medical Officer at the OCC, is on this episode of Borne the Battle to explain how Veterans can determine whether they are eligible to receive such care.
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Community Care Website: https://www.va.gov/communitycare/
0:00 – Intro
6:56 – General Eligibility Guidelines for Community Care
8:53 – Not Mileage, But Drive Time
9:32 – How Can Community Care Providers Serve Veterans through Community Care?
11:16 – Application Process for Community Care
13:16 – Can the Initial Meeting be Telehealth or Virtual?
13:30 – Facility Locators
16:50 – Community Care: A Partnership with Internal VA Care
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