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Statement on the Veterans' Access to Care Legislation

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June 13, 2014

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Statement on the Veterans' Access to Care Legislation

Rich Umbdenstock

AHA President and CEO June 12, 2014

America's hospitals honor the service of our nation's veterans and stand ready to provide high- quality care for those who have served in the armed forces. We applaud the Congress's quick passage of veterans' access to care legislation which will help expand veterans' access by allowing them to more easily secure care from private providers. We urge Congress to move expeditiously to resolve differences between the House and Senate bills and look forward to working with our Department of Veterans Affairs colleagues, Congress and the Administration to ensure veterans receive the care they need when they need it. ###

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